University College London's women's network put on an exhibition of anonymous accounts of sexual violence that students had experienced. It has now been closed by the university after one of the accounts identified a member of UCL staff as the abuser.
Tidbury has agreed to censor one word that could identify the member of staff in question. UCL management have not yet agreed to this and the room is still locked.
On Thursday night students held a protest outside the exhibtion, around 30 students had their mouths taped shut and held candles.
Tidbury has said that she expects the exhibtion will stay closed unless she gives into UCL's demands.
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