In an exemplary move a loose association of LSE students has spontaneously changed the LSEsu’s official statement on Howard Davies’ resignation.
Howard Davies previously the director of the London School of Economics & Political Science resigned last week to avert any further damage to the LSE’s reputation which had suffered earlier after the media revealed details about its links with the Gaddafi-clan. The LSE SU that is meant to speak for all students was quick to issue a statement inter alia claiming that Howard Davies’ actions have “shaken and undermined our core beliefs in our university and it’s commitments”.. . . .
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We proudly present the second video recording of the German Symposium, “Quo vadis, Germany?”: the political debate with a keynote speech by Federal Minister Dr. Peter Ramsauer followed by a discussion between former Finance Minister Hans Eichel (SPD), former Minister President and former Mayor of Hamburg Baron Ole von Beust (CDU) and Dr. Henning Meyer (LSE Global Governance), moderated by Frank Jahn (ARD). . . .
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Our director, head of the London School of Economics & Political Science, Howard Davies has announced yesterday that he will step down from his post. This announcement has been a big surprise to us. Although many students had protested, few expected such a dramatic turn. We were informed yesterday evening (9pm) by Adrian Hall, Secretary and Director of Administration: . . .
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