Byline: Pod Bhogal, communications director
In a recent radio interview, a spokesman for the Birmingham Students Union said he would defend the right of an atheist to lead the Christian Union.
Birmingham Guild president Richard Angell says that: "We have to ensure by the 1994 Education Act that all of our societies are open to [all] students' membership" and "we have to ensure that our members have the right to hold positions within [all] the organisations".
While we welcome the guild's desire to create a fair and tolerant culture on campus, we believe that they have misunderstood and misapplied the 1994 Education Act.
And that, in the aim of …