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04.02.2016 / News /

UVW meet with LSE management

UVW the union and the ‘LSE 3’, accompanied by some fantastic LSE students and staff members met with Allan Blair, Director of Facilties, Chris Allister, Head of Facilities, and Jossette Edwards-Leigh, FM manager, to discuss the case of the ‘LSE 3’. It was clear that Noonan had already spun the LSE a few tales prior to this meeting but we managed to put the record straight. There is a simple question for the LSE to answer: does it want to codone a callous and punitive culture of work symptomatic of Her Majesty’s Prison Service, or does it want to promote a kind and respectful culture of work fitting with a prestigious university such as the LSE which aims to better society?

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