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NUS Scotland to become independent

Students at conference in Dundee vote to leave NUS UK

The National Union of Students Scotland is to disaggregate from NUS UK after members voted to become an independent organisation.

On 5 April, students at the NUS Scotland national conference in Dundee voted in favour of independence and will now begin the disaggregation process. The two organisations have been legally and financially aligned for more than 50 years.

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