From the Filth-O-Graph, 4.11 pm
For God's sake, find this man a safe seat.
Aaron Porter, NUS President, escorted away from his own members.
C'mon my son, you're one of us now, but then you always were.
"Hundreds of protesters called for his resignation, directing their anger towards him as he made his way towards the students’ union building.
Campaigners shouted: "Students, workers, hear our shout! We want Aaron Porter out!" and "Aaron Porter we know you, you're a fucking Tory too!"
Mr Porter is facing calls to step down as NUS president by members of the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts.
Saturday’s demonstrations in London and Manchester were organised in protest against public spending cuts and rising tuition fees.
The protests – attended by thousands of students – began peacefully but around 150 demonstrators broke off from the agreed route and headed towards the city centre, where they targeted Mr Porter."
Speaking on BBC Radio Shit, I mean Four, former NUS President, Mr Jack Torture said "It's very important, Martha, for listeners to listen to me , you see Mr Porter was doing what many young people have done, he was using his feigned concern for his fellow students as a stepping-stone to a highly lucrative career as a politician, no, do let me finish, because this is very important. Can you imagine British politics without the likes of, well, me
A young Mr Jack Torture as president of the NUS
and so all I woild say to your listeners, and many of them are not as clever as me, is that Mr Porter is in the great tradition of myself and Trevor Phillips and David Aaronobitch, you know, the fat bloke with the nonce's beard and my good friend Mr Charles Fatty Clarke and lots of other rotten, stinking hypocrites and I think that's worth many people getting beaten up by the police for - if you and your listeners will forgive the split infinitive - which, I understand, is happening even as we speak, and those great professional British bobbies are doing it with great commitment, even though most of them have, for some reason, forgotten to put their ID numbers on, just like we tell them to. I am sure that Mr Porter has a glowing future ahead of him in one of the political parties, which, as I'm sure listeners will know, are much the same. Obedience, that's the thing. Obedience and Torture, served me well."