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Stephanie Lloyd will serve a second term as head of the Cardiff-based National Union of Students Wales.
The move has reportedly infuriated the National Union of Students (NUS) and other student bodies in the UK, who claimed of "being used as a political football by politicians" in the country.
I WANTED to take the opportunity to pass on the congratulations of the National Union of Students in Wales to all those who received the A-level results they were aiming for.
Several activists have been arrested as police raided their homes in recent days, according to Maxwell Dlamini , head of the Swaziland National Union of Students which has led the protest calls.
The National Union of Students (NUS) called for protests on campuses across the country on December 8 -the day before Parliament votes on plans to raise the fee cap.
IF revelations that a Liverpool councillor made a group of disabled adults the focus of a joke about her council opposition prove to be true, then the National Union of Students (NUS) call for that councillor to resign and publicly apologise.
The Students' Union triumphed in the Sound Environmental Impact Awards run by the National Union of Students Services Ltd, competing against 83 other universities from across the UK.
according to a survey commissioned by the National Union of students (NUS) and Unipol Student Homes.