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Felix Pope


NUS Vice-President filmed plotting to oust Malia Bouattia

Hidden camera footage from Al-Jazeera allegedly depicts the senior NUS officer plotting against its President

Retain Erasmus after Brexit, say two thirds of Brits

Polling conducted for the British Council has revealed strong support for foreign exchange programs

Oxford food scientist creates ‘perfect’ cheese and crackers recipe

Charles Michel claims to have perfected one of Britain’s favourite dishes with his five-layer formula

May must guarantee rights of EU citizens in UK, says Mansfield...

Helena Kennedy QC says Prime Minister has a “heavy moral obligation” to protect the rights of EU citizens in the UK

OUSU pronoun policy story revealed to be fake

The Sunday Times yesterday claimed that Oxford University Student Union (OUSU) had released a leaflet that “told” students to use ‘ze’ as a gender...

British skier found dead at Varsity ski trip resort

Last night a 22-year-old skier was found dead at Val-Thorens, the resort hosting the Varsity ski trip

Seven men in court following Oxford sexual abuse raids

Investigation into child sex abuse included raids on eleven properties

Oxford conducts more animal testing than any other UK university

University carries out 226,000 procedures a year, according to recently released statistics

Academics need freedom of movement post-Brexit, former minister says

Former Universities Minister Lord David Willetts proposed that the UK government ought to fi ght for academics and students to be given freedom of...

So, what will actually happen at Donald Trump’s inauguration?

Fred Dimbleby looks ahead to the traditional inauguration of the 45th President of the United States of America

Oxford – a tale of two cities sitting in the same space

SJ Novak describes what happens to town-and-gown when students disappear, and how the hush of the midwinter streets betrays something important about our community

Bigger babies? So what?

Taking a closer look at the claim that caesarean sections are driving evolution

‘The Prize most poets want to win’

Katie Mennis celebrates the strength and variety of the 2016 T. S. Eliot Prize shortlist

Hertford accidentally distributes rejection letters

An email attachment was circulated containing the details of all unsuccessful applicants