Here are links to the internal review for those who wish to read it. Since only a tiny percentage of BSAC members vote in elections putting the review documents on the voting paper as opposed to the members area of the website was a bizarre way of informing the membership. Or perhaps they hoped people wouldn't read them? Once you vote you lose access to the review documents unless you have already saved them elsewhere.
This is Council's response to the motion in case any one missed it.
Compare that with their other motion and you'll see a lot less red and a lot less pleading and urging. It is meant to be a democratic process and we have a party political broadcast included on the ballot paper. BSAC aren't even just "recommending" members to vote against the motion which is what they have previously done. They've gone much further and told members "Why you need to vote AGAINST this Special Resolution 2" - "NEED"