Oxford University’s clinical trials for a coronavirus vaccine have been suspended after a participant fell ill with an “unexplained illness”.
Sir Ed Davey has won the race to become Leader of the Liberal Democrats, defeating rival MP Layla Moran.
Oxford City Council has declared “no return to rough sleeping”, following its acquisition of new accommodation for rough sleepers in the city.
The Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Martin Williams, has written to Oxford students today to outline preparations for their anticipated return in the autumn, as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Oliver Shaw investigates how local businesses in Oxford are adapting to the lockdown and disruption caused by the coronavirus.
A Bristol statue of a Black Lives Matter protestor installed on the empty plinth where a monument to the slave trader Edward Colston previosuly stood has been removed after just 24 hours.
Homeless Oxfordshire last week received a £100,000 grant from the UK Government, which will fund emergency accommodation for rough sleepers in the city amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The University of Oxford today published an annual review of its Student Welfare and Support Services.
The Observer revealed today that Boris Johnson and Michael Gove were “sold as slaves” as part of a “slave auction” at the Oxford Union when they were students at the university.
On Monday, Labour leader Keir Starmer asked Shadow Education Secretary, Rebecca Long-Bailey, to step down, after she shared an article on Twitter that contained an “antisemitic conspiracy theory” relating to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.