Exclusive: Students wore shirts saying 'I like 12 year olds' and 'Sandyhook woz bantz'
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The panel has already agreed that the behaviour fell far below the standards that were expected and was due to meet to finalise sanctions against the club.— Lancaster Uni SU (@LancasterSU) November 12, 2018
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There is no suggestion that the students involved
It’s crazy that the university even has a nursery on campus which students can work at and this is the type of things students are going out and promoting whilst there’s been hardly any action against these students involved.— Lemillion (@LeonShakaFraser) November 12, 2018
Lancaster University Student's Union has said that it is carrying out an investigation into the matter:
And honestly I believe that the university and the union is more concerned with their league table ranking (which is in the top 10) rather than bringing about justice.— Lemillion (@LeonShakaFraser) November 12, 2018
“This matter is the subject of a live investigation by the students’ union, as is our policy when allegations are made relating to breaches of our codes of conduct," The National Student was told.
The statement continued: "The club was immediately suspended as soon as the students’ union became aware of this issue.
“A panel convened to consider the available evidence and decide any appropriate sanctions against the students’ union group. The panel has already agreed that the
“We’re extremely disappointed that this information has been made public before the investigation was concluded and that our panel has been compromised.
“The union takes allegations of this kind very seriously and the matter is being handled in line with our disciplinary procedures.”
The university added that it "fully supports the Students Union’s investigation into the conduct of one of its societies and the society’s immediate suspension" and that it "expects all members of its community to behave with respect and tolerance for others."
The union adds that it "is prepared to use its own disciplinary procedures if necessary where