Jane Calder reflects on the conditionality of liberal anti-racism
Jade Calder introduces her new column, (Un)common People, and describes the difficulty of creating change at Oxford. Illustration by Eliott Rose.
Meg Hopkins introduces her column, The 1%, about autism, and Jade Calder introduces her column, (Un)common People, about class.
Jade Calder celebrates the 25 year anniversary of Bridget Jones’s Diary and explores what makes us love her and relate to her so much.
Jade Calder analyses the differences and similarities between the UK and US versions of ‘The Office’.
Jade Calder explores the political consequences of the fast-approaching Hartlepool by-election.
“Whilst the ‘Red Wall’ of traditional Labour heartlands may be a media creation lacking historical provenance, if one must refer to the idea, Hartlepool would probably be a prime example. It certainly checks all the tick boxes created by the London-based media: de-industrialisation and economic decline from the 1980s, consistent return of Labour MPs, a 70% vote in favour of Brexit in 2016, and of course, its ‘up North’. This port town in the North East (and a solid Labour seat since the 1960s) is set to hold a by-election for its constituency on the 6th of May following the resignation of Mike Hill, and the results could well serve as a sobering assessment of the Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer’s project to make Labour more electable following the Conservative landslide at the last election.”
“The Honours system is not fit for purpose, and its integrity is diminished with every new list of names published.”
Jade Calder explains the need to reconsider a system inextricably linked with imperialism.
A whistle-stop tour through Hugh Grant’s career by the wonderfully funny Jade Calder.
Jade Calder discusses her experience of classism at Oxford.