Annabelle Grigg discusses what this year’s Results Day reveals about the current government and wider education system.
Oxford’s pubs took a variety of approaches to re-opening on July 4th to ensure effective protection for staff and customers, but many are still yet to re-open.
William Atkinson discusses why the UK should be taking a bigger stand against China following the new Hong Kong security law.
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.
William Atkinson and George Beglan provide opposing sides of the debate about Dominic Cummings breaking lockdown.
Elliot Sturge explores how the COVID-19 pandemic could be the final straw for neoliberalism.
“The thing is Cornwall, and places like it, are not bunkers to wait out the apocalypse.” Isabel May explores the effect of COVID-19 in Cornwall.
A postgraduate student at Lincoln College has become the first confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19) at the University of Oxford. They had recently returned from travel overseas. An email from the rector, Henry Woudhuysen, was sent to all Lincoln staff, students, and fellows on Sunday morning: “We learned on Saturday afternoon that one of our Read More…
Layla Moran, MP for Oxford West and Abingdon, has announced today that she will be standing for leadership of the Liberal Democrats. Speaking to Sky News’ Sophy Ridge, Moran said she said she will put forward a positive vision “to change the future of the country” when the contest opens later this year. She Read More…
As gleeful marimba tones drag you away from your bed, you start to put together your things – the sun barely having risen above the dreaming spires. After a brief cycle in the biting cold, you arrive past the iconic stone colleges and into the Bodleian Quad, where you join the large queue that has Read More…