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Internal division won't get Labour into government

Internal division won't get Labour into government

16th Jan 2016 by Tony Diver
Tony Diver notes how instead of attacking the government the opposition is crippled by internal division.
Are Tories pushing the limits?

Are Tories pushing the limits?

16th Jan 2016 by Shane Finn
Shane Finn argues that proposed boundary reforms are legitimate
Lessons from history: coronation of Queen Elizabeth I (1559)

Lessons from history: coronation of Queen Elizabeth I (1559)

16th Jan 2016 by William Rees-Mogg
William Rees-Mogg examines the legacy of Queen Elizabeth I on this, the 457th anniversary of her coronation as Queen...
'Policing by consent' in contemporary Britain

'Policing by consent' in contemporary Britain

6th Jan 2016 by Freddie Hopkinson
Freddie Hopkinson calls for Police Forces that are far more representative of the communities they work in
Have faith! Why the church isn't all bad

Have faith! Why the church isn't all bad

6th Jan 2016 by Will Cowie
Will Cowie sheds light on the faith-inspired social justice groups that are keeping Christianity as relevant as ever
At Oxford, you’re probably part of the elite

At Oxford, you’re probably part of the elite

15th Dec 2015 by Akshay Bilolikar, Alexander Curtis
Akshay Bilolikar and Alexander Curtis examine Oxford admissions in light of a new survey and offer their respective...
"NHS crisis? What NHS crisis?"

"NHS crisis? What NHS crisis?"

30th Nov 2015 by Jacq Mehmet
Jacq Mehmet suggests that the government is misleading us over the state of the NHS
The International Student: Look east Mr Cameron

The International Student: Look east Mr Cameron

30th Nov 2015 by Maria Wilczek
Maria Wilczek calls for closer cooperation between Britain and Poland in the pursuit of EU reform
How should we define ‘Britishness’?

How should we define ‘Britishness’?

26th Nov 2015 by Simran Uppal
Simran Uppal argues that the connection between ethnicity and cultural identity is a fluid one
Interview: Paul Mason on Post-capitalism

Interview: Paul Mason on Post-capitalism

26th Nov 2015 by Ellen Milligan
Ellen Milligan discusses the European Union and the future of capitalism with the Channel 4 Economics Editor
How can we change the tax credits system?

How can we change the tax credits system?

24th Nov 2015 by Patrick Mulholland
Patrick Mulholland evaluates the changes to the working tax credits system recently rejected by the House of Lords
Decriminalise sex work – it’s a woman’s choice

Decriminalise sex work – it’s a woman’s choice

19th Nov 2015 by Hannah Foxton
Hannah Foxton asks for a reassessment of the legal position of sex workers
Climate Connections: the Oxford Climate Forum 2015

Climate Connections: the Oxford Climate Forum 2015

10th Nov 2015 by Nick Harvey
Nick Harvey argues that climate change is more relevant than ever
Profile: Len McCluskey

Profile: Len McCluskey

9th Nov 2015 by Ellen Milligan
Ellen Milligan meets the leader of Britain’s largest trade union, Len McCluskey
Debate: Should we remember the fifth of November?

Debate: Should we remember the fifth of November?

7th Nov 2015 by Neha Shah, Daniel Minister
Neha Shah and Daniel Minister discuss the popular villainy of Guy Fawkes
Our crisis of home ownership

Our crisis of home ownership

6th Nov 2015 by Freddie Hopkinson
Freddie Hopkinson assesses government attempts to resolve the affordable housing crisis
Oxstew: Study finds fossil fuel companies most ethical

Oxstew: Study finds fossil fuel companies most ethical

6th Nov 2015 by Joe Bloggs
Fossil fuel companies really are the most ethical
Interview: Jacob-Rees Mogg

Interview: Jacob-Rees Mogg

3rd Nov 2015 by Rory Fraser
Rory Fraser talks filibuster, rebellion and Jeremy Corbyn with the eccentric Tory MP
The scattergun attack on extremism

The scattergun attack on extremism

31st Oct 2015 by Dan Sutton
Dan Sutton argues that the government's new extremism measures require more precision and less rhetoric
Human rights, not financial gain

Human rights, not financial gain

26th Oct 2015 by Neha Shah
Neha Shah argues that the UK government should not be doing deals with the oppressive Saudi regime
Debate: Should we have trigger warnings in academia?

Debate: Should we have trigger warnings in academia?

18th Oct 2015 by Niloo Sharifi, Lucy Valsamidis
Niloo Sharifi and Lucy Valsamidis discuss the latest trend in feminist blogging