An influential students’ group has called for prisons to be abolished because they are ‘sexist and racist’ in the latest in a series of far-Left interventions by the student movement.
The National Union of Students black students’ conference also voted to step up its fight against the Government’s anti-extremism agenda.
The controversial votes at the conference in Bradford this weekend came after the current NUS black students’ officer, Malia Bouattia, was elected president of the union, defeating the more moderate incumbent.
She has previously argued that it is Islamophobic to oppose ISIS and described one university as a ‘Zionist outpost’ because it has a large Jewish society.
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