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Call opens for evidence in NUS antisemitism investigation


Barrister sets out timeline for probe into alleged antisemitism at student union

The leader of an independent investigation into allegations of antisemitism at the National Union of Students has today opened a call for evidence.

Rebecca Tuck QC, the barrister leading the investigation, said the public call for evidence will be open from 6 June for one month. Interviews will be conducted from July and a first draft of a final report will be published in September, Tuck said, with the full report to be released in October.

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