Guy Ward-Jackson explores the similarities between Brexit and the Protestant reformation, and the implications for a post-Brexit future.
Karishma Khosla discusses the recent abolition of the tampon tax.
Carol Jones examines the recent controversy over musicians ability to tour Europe post Brexit.
The Oxford Blue was able to ask the four ministers about the role of rewilding in supporting more sustainable agro-ecology in the UK, as well as improving biodiversity and tackling climate change.
After almost four years of negotiations between the United Kingdom and the EU, the bill on future relationship between the world’s fifth largest economy and the third largest trading block was passed by parliament this afternoon.
With a real possibility that the UK won’t agree a trade deal with the EU, Anneliese Dodds, MP for Oxford East and Shadow Chancellor, has told The Blue that students are bound to be impacted by a no-deal Brexit. Dodds told The Blue that: “A no deal Brexit would cause significant disruption for many people Read More…
An anonymous source told The Oxford Blue that rebels have demanded a Cabinet reshuffle or the PM risks losing further support among his backbenchers.
William Atinkson argues against the public criticism of Boris Johnson’s appointments and the House of Lords itself.
The Opinion and Features Editors give their opinions on a range of topics in bitesize articles.
Keir Starmer is a clear favourite to win the Labour leadership in April. At the time of writing this, he has 129 CLP nominations and the backing of Community, Usdaw and the UK’s second largest trade union, UNISON. In the most recent first round polling he beats runner-up Rebecca Long-Bailey by 46% to 32%, and Read More…