STUDENTS protested in white coats and masks of university bosses to campaign against the cutting of up to 120 academic staff, outside a meeting of the College Council at Waterloo campus this afternoon.

KingsTV produced a short news package on the demonstration. The video was filmed and edited by Giedrė Balsevičiūtė.

See photos from today on KCLSU Student Media’s instagram here.


See more stories on the job cuts here:

Roar! says: When King’s want staff culled, they’ll barely give them time to scream before ‘letting them go’ – 23 June

The rush to sack Health Schools staff isn’t ‘creating certainty’, it’s seeding doubt among staff and students – 18 June

Principal Rick Trainor: 120 job cuts not part of a “grand master plan” – 16 June

King’s plans ‘to cut 120 jobs in Health Schools’ as UCU call proposals ‘catastrophically out of touch’ – 16 May


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  1. The current levels of staff are clearly unsustainable or else kings would not be taken this action. It would be interesting to see a poll of students who would rather see more investment in facilities and campus infrastructure over staff and academics who may come into contact with relatively few students. I personally have come across lecutres and tutors who I feel are substandard in the role in which they are being used and would be more than happy to see their names on the list of redundancies


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