Following Boris Johnson’s comments on the removal of Oxford’s Cecil Rhodes statue, Edmund Kelly explores why statues don’t celebrate a shared history at all.
Since The Oxford Blue last reported on the presidential elections in Poland, the playing field has changed significantly: incumbent President Andrzej Duda will face Rafał Trzaskowski, the Mayor of Warsaw, in the second round of…
‘It’s easier to look at a statue of Lenin and see the two sides of the history that he represents because, at least for me, he isn’t an immediate part of my cultural heritage.’
Elizabeth Reynard explores the dual nature of history that our statues represent.
William Atkinson and George Beglan provide opposing sides of the debate about Dominic Cummings breaking lockdown.
Eve McMullen explores how our response to COVID-19 reveals truths about how we could respond to climate change.
Elliot Sturge explores how the COVID-19 pandemic could be the final straw for neoliberalism.
Since the Democrats have chosen someone so similar to their unsuccessful 2016 candidate, it is their responsibility to explain why Biden will do any better than Clinton did.
I first met Anneliese Dodds in the 2019 election count for her constituency, Oxford East. I was there representing Sky: a student with coffee and a press pass, and responsibility only for entering some results…
Anneliese Dodds, MP for Oxford East, has been named as Keir Starmer’s Shadow Chancellor to replace the outgoing John McDonnell. This comes the day after Starmer was elected to take over from Jeremy Corbyn as…
The ‘rally round the flag effect’, is where a leader’s popularity surges when a serious external threat faces the nation. The enemy in this case is COVID-19, and it is important that we ensure that our leaders do not profit from this crisis.