Theo Hall sheds light on his experience coming to Oxford as a former scholarship holder at Eton college.
“It should not be up to trans people to fix society. It is incumbent upon everyone to work to eliminate transphobia, and to create a truly just and equal world.”
Why isn’t road building called a revolution? Or perhaps we should call that most disastrous project, HS2, the rail revolution. The government has set aside £27bn for road building projects over the course of its (potential) five years in office, whilst the ever-ballooning cost of HS2 is set to top £100bn. The huge sums of Read More…
Jade Calder discusses her experience of classism at Oxford.
Carol Jones rotes about the lockdown protests in Manchester.
Alex Miller writes about the late Jonathan Sacks.
Our readers contribute to the debate surrounding remembrance poppies – and also about an apparent oversight on the paper.
Ben Owen explores what Biden’s win means for international relations.
Zaman Keinath-Esmail examines the issues surrounding remembrance day poppies.
Oliver Buckingham writes about the realities behind General McMaster’s comments on US peace negotiations with Afghanistan.