Team Overview for team BIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash (University of Birmingham)

Speakers: Natasha Browne and Rosalie Butcher

Round 1

Motion: THW give two votes to women in political elections

Venue: V325 (SOAS)

Teams:

RoleTeamRankingPointsBefore Round 1After Round 1After Round 5
Opening GovernmentVIENNA A (Debattierklub Wien)Third11st (0 points, 0 speaks)42nd (1 points, 153 speaks)21st (9 points, 773 speaks)
Opening OppositionLSE SB (LSE)Second21st (0 points, 0 speaks)25th (2 points, 154 speaks)27th (8 points, 773 speaks)
Closing GovernmentIMPERIAL LADS LADS LADS (Imperial College London)First31st (0 points, 0 speaks)10th (3 points, 155 speaks)15th (10 points, 770 speaks)
Closing OppositionBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash (University of Birmingham)Fourth01st (0 points, 0 speaks)60th (0 points, 151 speaks)66th (5 points, 589 speaks)

Speakers:

NameTeamPoints
Anita ChandranIMPERIAL LADS LADS LADS78
Billy WildiLSE SB77
Caitlin JonesIMPERIAL LADS LADS LADS77
Madlen StottmeyerVIENNA A76
Melanie SindelarVIENNA A77
Natasha BrowneBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash76
Rosalie ButcherBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash75
Saskia NeibigLSE SB77

Adjudicators:

RoleNameUniversity
ChairMuhammad Asadullah KhanCambridge (CAM)
PanelistEleanor SnowdenUniversity of Warwick (WARWICK)
PanelistRadko NedyalkovUniversity College London (UCL)

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: VG04 (SOAS)

Teams:

RoleTeamRankingPointsBefore Round 2After Round 2After Round 5
Opening GovernmentBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash (University of Birmingham)Third160th (0 points, 151 speaks)63rd (1 points, 298 speaks)66th (5 points, 589 speaks)
Opening OppositionBSPS B (Bucharest School of Political Science)First364th (0 points, 145 speaks)40th (3 points, 298 speaks)70th (4 points, 710 speaks)
Closing GovernmentMIDDLESEX A (Middlesex)Fourth075th (0 points, 128 speaks)75th (0 points, 268 speaks)79th (0 points, 536 speaks)
Closing OppositionCAM Sawm (Cambridge)Second274th (0 points, 137 speaks)59th (2 points, 286 speaks)62nd (5 points, 723 speaks)

Speakers:

NameTeamPoints
Calin RusBSPS B77
Diana TrasneaBSPS B76
Ethan ThomasMIDDLESEX A69
Natasha BrowneBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash74
Nathan GaskinMIDDLESEX A71
Neria AylwardCAM Sawm76
Rosalie ButcherBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash73
Tatiana OswaltCAM Sawm73

Adjudicators:

RoleNameUniversity
ChairHelen LawlessUnaffiliated (-)
PanelistShubhangi KarmakarTrinity College Dublin: History (TCD HIST)
PanelistNathan SekharUniversity College London (UCL)
PanelistDavid McLarenStrathclyde (STRATH)

Round 3

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

Venue: V225 (SOAS)

Teams:

RoleTeamRankingPointsBefore Round 3After Round 3After Round 5
Opening GovernmentUCD L+H E (UCD L+H)Third167th (1 points, 287 speaks)69th (2 points, 425 speaks)49th (7 points, 725 speaks)
Opening OppositionMT B (Middle Temple)Second270th (1 points, 277 speaks)65th (3 points, 420 speaks)72nd (3 points, 707 speaks)
Closing GovernmentBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash (University of Birmingham)First363rd (1 points, 298 speaks)47th (4 points, 443 speaks)66th (5 points, 589 speaks)
Closing OppositionLINCOLNS INN B (Lincolns Inn)Fourth072nd (1 points, 252 speaks)75th (1 points, 389 speaks)75th (2 points, 651 speaks)

Speakers:

NameTeamPoints
Aoife BranniganUCD L+H E68
James VernonLINCOLNS INN B69
Laura BrohanUCD L+H E70
Marilyn RichterMT B72
Natasha BrowneBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash75
NirvanMT B71
Raj MatthewLINCOLNS INN B68
Rosalie ButcherBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash70

Adjudicators:

RoleNameUniversity
ChairCarlo CabreraLSE (LSE)
PanelistRadko NedyalkovUniversity College London (UCL)
PanelistEnda O'RiordanUniversity College London (UCL)

Round 4

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

Venue: V211 (SOAS)

Teams:

RoleTeamRankingPointsBefore Round 4After Round 4After Round 5
Opening GovernmentUCD L+H A (UCD L+H)First349th (4 points, 437 speaks)33rd (7 points, 587 speaks)48th (7 points, 731 speaks)
Opening OppositionBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash (University of Birmingham)Third147th (4 points, 443 speaks)50th (5 points, 589 speaks)66th (5 points, 589 speaks)
Closing GovernmentBIRMINGHAM B (University of Birmingham)Second248th (4 points, 443 speaks)42nd (6 points, 591 speaks)55th (6 points, 737 speaks)
Closing OppositionLSE OS (LSE)Fourth046th (4 points, 447 speaks)59th (4 points, 589 speaks)42nd (7 points, 748 speaks)

Speakers:

NameTeamPoints
Amy CreanUCD L+H A74
Matthew HanrahanUCD L+H A76
Natasha BrowneBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash73
Nuha BazeerBIRMINGHAM B75
Olisa MLSE OS71
Rosalie ButcherBIRMINGHAM of the opinion that Tash73
Shanze ShahBIRMINGHAM B73
Suah Jian LianLSE OS71

Adjudicators:

RoleNameUniversity
ChairEliot PallotUniversity of Warwick (WARWICK)
PanelistDenise YongNottingham (NOTT)
PanelistJames GreenUCD Law Society (UCD LAW)
PanelistConnor JoyUCD Law Society (UCD LAW)

Round 5

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

Team did not participate in this round