Team Overview for team LSE SY (LSE)

Speakers: Sarah Tay and Sean Ying Ying

Round 1

Motion: THW give two votes to women in political elections

Venue: V330 (SOAS)

Teams:

RoleTeamRankingPointsBefore Round 1After Round 1After Round 5
Opening GovernmentUNIBUC El Domina (University of Bucharest)Third11st (0 points, 0 speaks)54th (1 points, 144 speaks)37th (8 points, 730 speaks)
Opening OppositionLSE SY (LSE)Second21st (0 points, 0 speaks)31st (2 points, 151 speaks)14th (10 points, 782 speaks)
Closing GovernmentAU Louise's left handed notes (Aberystwyth University)Fourth01st (0 points, 0 speaks)71st (0 points, 139 speaks)45th (7 points, 738 speaks)
Closing OppositionUCD L+H C (UCD L+H)First31st (0 points, 0 speaks)10th (3 points, 155 speaks)31st (8 points, 762 speaks)

Speakers:

NameTeamPoints
Carl WhelanUCD L+H C78
Ioana CristoceaUNIBUC El Domina74
Joseph NicholsonAU Louise's left handed notes67
Juliette BarnesUCD L+H C77
Louise DoughtyAU Louise's left handed notes72
Mario PopescuUNIBUC El Domina70
Sarah TayLSE SY75
Sean Ying YingLSE SY76

Adjudicators:

RoleNameUniversity
ChairJamie BatchelorUnaffiliated (-)
PanelistHarry Stovin-BradfordCambridge (CAM)
PanelistDenise YongNottingham (NOTT)
PanelistJane D'AltuinTCD Phil (TCD PHIL)

Round 2

Motion: This house believes that law enforcement organisations should never provide incentives to gang members to inform on their superiors (e.g. plea bargains or monetary rewards)

Venue: VG01 (SOAS)

Teams:

RoleTeamRankingPointsBefore Round 2After Round 2After Round 5
Opening GovernmentCAM Hajj (Cambridge)First341st (1 points, 154 speaks)17th (4 points, 316 speaks)22nd (9 points, 772 speaks)
Opening OppositionHULL PT (Hull)Third123rd (2 points, 156 speaks)38th (3 points, 305 speaks)30th (8 points, 763 speaks)
Closing GovernmentLSE SY (LSE)Second231st (2 points, 151 speaks)23rd (4 points, 308 speaks)14th (10 points, 782 speaks)
Closing OppositionUCD L+H B (UCD L+H)Fourth051st (1 points, 145 speaks)66th (1 points, 292 speaks)54th (6 points, 739 speaks)

Speakers:

NameTeamPoints
Conor RockUCD L+H B74
Jess PrattHULL PT73
Lydia DayCAM Hajj82
Matt HazellCAM Hajj80
Matthew TuckHULL PT76
Roisin O'GaraUCD L+H B73
Sarah TayLSE SY79
Sean Ying YingLSE SY78

Adjudicators:

RoleNameUniversity
ChairKatie HeardDurham (DUR)
PanelistJohnny Allain-LabonUniversity College London (UCL)
PanelistMichael ParkerUniversity of Birmingham (BIRMINGHAM)

Round 3

Motion: This house regrets the decline in oil prices over the last 18 months

Venue: V301 (SOAS)

Teams:

RoleTeamRankingPointsBefore Round 3After Round 3After Round 5
Opening GovernmentJESUS HT (Jesus College)Second223rd (4 points, 308 speaks)20th (6 points, 465 speaks)8th (11 points, 777 speaks)
Opening OppositionVIENNA A (Debattierklub Wien)Third121st (4 points, 311 speaks)27th (5 points, 463 speaks)21st (9 points, 773 speaks)
Closing GovernmentUCD L+H A (UCD L+H)Fourth029th (4 points, 300 speaks)49th (4 points, 437 speaks)48th (7 points, 731 speaks)
Closing OppositionLSE SY (LSE)First323rd (4 points, 308 speaks)13th (7 points, 468 speaks)14th (10 points, 782 speaks)

Speakers:

NameTeamPoints
Amy CreanUCD L+H A68
Jure HederihJESUS HT79
Madlen StottmeyerVIENNA A76
Matthew HanrahanUCD L+H A69
Melanie SindelarVIENNA A76
Nicholas TanJESUS HT78
Sarah TayLSE SY81
Sean Ying YingLSE SY79

Adjudicators:

RoleNameUniversity
ChairNatasha RachmanOxford Union (OXFORD)
PanelistMuhammad Asadullah KhanCambridge (CAM)
PanelistSarah LyamaniLancaster University (LANC)
PanelistClaire DewshiKing's College London (KCL)

Round 4

Motion: This house believes that Donald Trump's presidential campaign is good for America

Venue: V326 (SOAS)

Teams:

RoleTeamRankingPointsBefore Round 4After Round 4After Round 5
Opening GovernmentTCD PHIL A (TCD Phil)Fourth06th (7 points, 484 speaks)21st (7 points, 640 speaks)10th (10 points, 798 speaks)
Opening OppositionLSE SY (LSE)Third113th (7 points, 468 speaks)15th (8 points, 626 speaks)14th (10 points, 782 speaks)
Closing GovernmentSCIENCES PO MM (Sciences Po Paris)Second214th (7 points, 457 speaks)10th (9 points, 617 speaks)17th (10 points, 770 speaks)
Closing OppositionJESUS HT (Jesus College)First320th (6 points, 465 speaks)7th (9 points, 629 speaks)8th (11 points, 777 speaks)

Speakers:

NameTeamPoints
Anika MillerSCIENCES PO MM79
Chris CostiganTCD PHIL A78
Eoin O'GormanTCD PHIL A78
Joe MayesSCIENCES PO MM81
Jure HederihJESUS HT81
Nicholas TanJESUS HT83
Sarah TayLSE SY78
Sean Ying YingLSE SY80

Adjudicators:

RoleNameUniversity
ChairHelena IvanovUnaffiliated (-)
PanelistMuhammad Asadullah KhanCambridge (CAM)
PanelistHelen LawlessUnaffiliated (-)

Round 5

Motion: This house would allow countries to pay other countries to settle refugees who reach their borders

Venue: VG03 (SOAS)

Teams:

RoleTeamRankingPointsBefore Round 5After Round 5After Round 5
Opening GovernmentLSE SY (LSE)Second215th (8 points, 626 speaks)14th (10 points, 782 speaks)14th (10 points, 782 speaks)
Opening OppositionSCIENCES PO MM (Sciences Po Paris)Third110th (9 points, 617 speaks)17th (10 points, 770 speaks)17th (10 points, 770 speaks)
Closing GovernmentIMPERIAL Selling Out to the Man (Imperial College London)Fourth05th (9 points, 644 speaks)19th (9 points, 795 speaks)19th (9 points, 795 speaks)
Closing OppositionULU Harris and Kumar (University of London Union)First37th (9 points, 629 speaks)3rd (12 points, 790 speaks)3rd (12 points, 790 speaks)

Speakers:

NameTeamPoints
Alex HarrisULU Harris and Kumar82
Anika MillerSCIENCES PO MM75
Bruce WeaverIMPERIAL Selling Out to the Man77
Joe MayesSCIENCES PO MM78
Nick ZervoudisIMPERIAL Selling Out to the Man74
Sarah TayLSE SY77
Sean Ying YingLSE SY79
Surya KumaravelULU Harris and Kumar79

Adjudicators:

RoleNameUniversity
ChairMichael DGUnaffiliated (-)
PanelistAdrian GhiteBabes-Bolyai University (BBU)
PanelistHelen LawlessUnaffiliated (-)