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An unexpected coup and an uncertain future

An unexpected coup and an uncertain future

15th May 2015 by Freddie Hopkinson
Freddie Hopkinson considers the consequences of a Conservative victory in last week's election
The International Student - Hungary's by-election

The International Student - Hungary's by-election

15th May 2015 by Miklós Hajnal
Miklós Hajnal discusses the threat of the rising popularity of Jobbik, a radical right-wing party, to minorities...
The Fire this Time

The Fire this Time

12th May 2015 by Amaka Opara
Amaka Opara gives her reaction to the riots in Baltimore.
Is it OK to be mean to Tories?

Is it OK to be mean to Tories?

10th May 2015 by Luke Barratt
Luke Barratt analyses the General Election backlash, and the backlash against the backlash
Late to the party: becoming LGBTQ rep at St Hugh’s

Late to the party: becoming LGBTQ rep at St Hugh’s

10th May 2015 by George Haggett
George Haggett discusses supporting the LGBTQ community and the aftermath of the 'Queer Bop'
Debate: Is Cuntry Living bad for feminism?

Debate: Is Cuntry Living bad for feminism?

9th May 2015 by Louisa Manning, Niamh McIntyre
Louisa Manning and Niamh McIntyre debate the value of Oxford’s most influential feminist space
Interview: Vernon Bogdanor

Interview: Vernon Bogdanor

9th May 2015 by Tom Carter
David Cameron’s former tutor talks politics with Tom Carter
The International Student

The International Student

9th May 2015 by Felix Klos
In this week's 'International Student' column, Felix Klos discusses the Senator Sanders' announcement to run for...
Life after the election: the birth of a new politics?

Life after the election: the birth of a new politics?

9th May 2015 by Harry Gosling
Harry Gosling argues that this election has fundamentally altered the nature of the political game.
Homelessness: a tragic and misunderstood reality

Homelessness: a tragic and misunderstood reality

9th May 2015 by Luke Ames Blackaby
Luke Ames Blackaby considers the damaging misperceptions surrounding the homeless in Oxford.
Why should Oxford students vote for your party?

Why should Oxford students vote for your party?

6th May 2015 by Madalena Leao, Syed Imam, Jan Nedvidek, David Thomas, Max Jewell, Luke Barratt
Cherwell Investigations asks Oxford’s student political societies to defend their parties’ records and why they...
A retort to 'Sex, Drugs, and Taboo'

A retort to 'Sex, Drugs, and Taboo'

4th May 2015 by Will Brown
Will Brown criticises Millie McLuskie's article on prostitution in the Netherlands.
The International Student

The International Student

2nd May 2015 by Marcello Nascimento
Marcello Nascimento gives an insight into the drama of contemporary Brazilian politics
Debate: Is it fair that Oxbridge has multiple teams on

Debate: Is it fair that Oxbridge has multiple teams on

2nd May 2015 by Patrick Oisin Mulholland, Sara Semic
Patrick Oisin Mulholland and Sara Semic debate whether Oxbridge should be allowed multiple teams on university challenge
Has the Tories’ electoral mastermind delivered the goods?

Has the Tories’ electoral mastermind delivered the goods?

2nd May 2015 by Omar Rana
Omar Rana considers whether Lynton Crosby has managed to work his magic for the Conservatives
Migrant deaths should not be used as political capital

Migrant deaths should not be used as political capital

2nd May 2015 by Amaka Opara
Amaka Opara argues that the accusations levelled at David Cameron by Ed Miliband were unacceptable
Debate: Does the Boat Race reflect badly on Oxford?

Debate: Does the Boat Race reflect badly on Oxford?

25th Apr 2015 by Hannah Foxton, Ruth Hayhow
Hannah Foxton and Ruth Hayhow debate what kind of image of Oxford the boat race projects
The West's anti-Russia media campaign

The West's anti-Russia media campaign

24th Apr 2015 by Eliza Melkonyan
Eliza Melkonyan on bias against Russia in the UK media
The Conservatives and dubious economic narratives

The Conservatives and dubious economic narratives

24th Apr 2015 by Luke Ames Blackaby
Luke Ames Blackaby examines the Tories’ claim that austerity was the right course for the economy
Not Right to Buy

Not Right to Buy

22nd Apr 2015 by Daniel Minister
Daniel Minister argues that the Conservative's pledge to extend the 'Right to Buy' scheme will only exacerbate the...
Jihad: till death do us part

Jihad: till death do us part

20th Apr 2015 by Amaka Opara
Amaka Opara considers the motivations of the women who have left the West in recent years to live in the warzone...