One of the UK's most prestigious debating societies has been slammed after a blind postgraduate student was 'dragged by his ankles' and thrown out of a debate in a 'disgraceful' incident.
Ebenezer Azamati was expelled from a debate at the Oxford Union after he attempted to attend a talk on the motion 'This House has no confidence in HM Government'.
The 25-year-old arrived early at St John's College on October 17 to reserve a seat as he was worried there were no special provisions for disabled students.
He placed a book on an accessible seat near the entrance to the chamber to reserve it and went back to his college for dinner.
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