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Cambridge Union is painted red

"Cambridge Union is painted red" that's how the Cambridge News reported Labour's stunning win at the Cambridge Union.

Students debated the motion "This House would welcome the return of a Labour Government" with the ayes wining 42% of the vote.

CULC student Rory Weal said: "The result shows that students in Cambridge recognise that the Labour Party is best placed to fundamentally change society and lead the fight for equality. Students will have a huge role in determining the outcome of the election here in Cambridge - let's build on this momentum and get Labour MP in May."

Daniel Zeichner said: "Students tell me they are fed up with this Government. They've been betrayed on tuition fees and scrapping EMA. It's now unpaid internships that follow a good quality education, not a good job while home ownership remains a distant dream."

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