The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced the introduction of a second national lockdown to combat the spread of Covid-19 in the UK.
Our two Indian takeaway enthusiasts, Riana Modi and Charlie West begin their quest to find the best Indian takeaway in Oxford – starting with Chutney’s!
Oxford professor and world expert on forced migration Alexander Betts discusses the dangers facing refugees today, including Covid and Brexit.
Halloween isn’t cancelled! Put the cobwebs back and don’t smash your pumpkins just yet. Ebonie Peters on the must see classic films for today.
Juliet Daniels delves into her formative relationship with the whacky world of Rocky Horror, and the joys of dressing up and dancing along live!
It’s a cold night, full of mischief and threat; wolves howl, foxes fox, and I sit alone in my office, fire spitting at me in a desperate attempt to gain my attention. In one hand my pen droops whilst the other grapples with a wine glass’ shaft.
The world’s fifty largest banks invested a cumulative US$2.6 trillion (£2tn) in firms at the forefront of global biodiversity loss in 2019 alone, according to a new report by Portfolio Earth. On average, each financial institution invested US$52bn in fossil fuel, mining, infrastructure and agricultural firms. The report, entitled Bankrolling Extinction, linked corporate financing to Read More…
Lizzie Knowles writes about the feminist implications on the Covid-19 pandemic.
Grace Scott writes about the rising tensions between France and Turkey and what lies behind them.
Jacob Reid explores how the Presidential Election polls work and whether we can trust them.