Goldsmiths university called police on students and lecturers after they tried to deliver letters to the Warden
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Munton reported that the Warden had claimed he was scared of an occupation, and that one person was eventually allowed to deliver the letters. Many protesters left after the letters were delivered.The Warden was evacuated from the building.
I’m on #USSstrike at both @GoldsmithsUoL & @KingsCollegeLon over #pensions, despite not being paid enough at both jobs to cover each month’s rent. For many of us on casual contracts, and working many unpaid hours, this is more than about pensions - the whole system isn’t working.— James W Morland (@jameswmorland) February 22, 2018
A spokesperson for Goldsmiths said: "Police were briefly on campus following a report of an assault on a member of Goldsmiths' security team. The allegation was not pursued." Featured image courtesy of Local Correspondent Matthew Ramsey
Students outside Deptford Town Hall, trying to deliver letters to @GoldsmithsUoL warden Patrick Loughrey in solidarity with @ucu https://t.co/A91jBzd9z6 told Loughrey left building due to "security risk". Ridiculous - warden should not be afraid to meet students & hear concerns! pic.twitter.com/4HXx0exilj— Jonathan Karstadt (@jonokars) February 22, 2018