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AGM 2015 Wrap Up

Check out the motions and minutes

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There were 541 students who cast their votes at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday 29 January , the most votes ever received at a KCLSU AGM.

There were hundreds of proxy votes, and over 130 students arrived to debate and decide motions at the meeting. All motions passed, including ones that asked for KCLSU to create a Working Class Officer and for improving sports staff support for BUCS fixtures.

You can read up on all the motions passed at the AGM in the minutes.

If you enjoyed the AGM, come along to the next Student Council meeting on Thursday 26 February and join the debate.

Any student can submit a motion for the AGM and Student Council meetings. Contact us if you have any questions or talk to your Student Councillors.


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