EXCLUSIVE: Under Fire NUCA President Backs Down Over Remembrance Day Port & Policy Event.

NOTTINGHAM University Conservative Association has today been slammed for "denigrating the memory of fallen servicemen" by planning one of their legendary debauched Port and Policies on Remembrance Sunday, a decision that NUCA President & Committee have been forced to back down from, TBG can exclusively reveal.

An investigation by TBG has sensationally revealed NUCA’s planned to host one of their now infamous port and policies on this year's Remembrance Sunday. More often remembered for its tendency to descend into Riot Club style drunken brawls Alex Bright, the NUCA President, decided to deploy a new tactic describing this year’s event as a more "sombre" occasion with a collection for the Royal British Legion to be taken.

When approached by TBG Sam Armstrong the Regional CF Chairman said; "It would obviously not be appropriate for me to comment. That said, I do hope everyone takes time this year to quietly remember the immense cost of the freedom we all enjoy."

Asked if he would be boycotting the event or intended on getting in on the revelry Armstrong said - "I won't be attending as I have prior commitment to commemorate Remembrance Sunday at a local event". He refused to divulge whether he had or would be raised concerns privately.

Other Senior NUCA sources were less contrite firing criticism at Bright's leadership: "This is just classic [Alex] Bright. If he were prepared to let go of his bizarrely detailed plan to become Prime Minister he may have realised there are slightly more appropriate ways to spend Remembrance Sunday."

The under fire President Bright last night dramatically backed down and told TBG that he and the NUCA Committee have decided to "reschedule" the event to "an alternative date [that] would be more suitable".