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Just after the incident, Mr Davies told Cambridge News of how Mr Coyne mocked him after he asked bystanders if they could spare any change. Just plain nasty.” At the time the Cambridge University Conservative Association (CUCA) committee told : "CUCA unequivocally condemns the actions of Ronald Coyne and revoked his membership once the committee was made aware of the incident." Burning a £50 note is rumoured to be an initiation ceremony for the Bullingdon Club at Oxford University which was attended by ex-PM David Cameron, former Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, and current Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.He said the teenager said: “How’s that for change, I’ve changed it into flames.” Mr Davies, who had been homeless for three months, said: “He says let’s see what I’ve got and pulls out a £20 note and went to pass it to me. But then he pulled it back and lit it, burnt it and he says 'How's that for change, I’ve changed it into flames’. Critics also took issue with the fact the letter failed to mention how his actions affected the homeless man.Cambridge has distributed the letter in the hope it will generate support for him in advance of his return.If the academic staff are concerned they imght say something students find uncomfortable they will avoid doing it." that trigger warnings had been added to the timetable "without discussion", while another admitted they "self-censored" texts on their course to avoid causing offence to some students.A Cambridge University spokesman said that the English Faculty did not have a policy on trigger warnings but "some lecturers indicate that some sensitive material will be covered in a lecture by informing the English Faculty Admin staff".

Mr Coyne said that due to the ongoing disciplinary process by the University he had been unable to respond publicly until now.

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