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Seven spivs a' spinning

Seven spivs a' spinning

3rd Apr 2015 by Hannah Foxton
Hannah Foxton asks whether last night's leaders' debate was a game-changer or channel-changer
The paradox of a boringly exciting election

The paradox of a boringly exciting election

29th Mar 2015 by Harry Gosling
Harry Gosling argues that we should ignore this election’s false pretence of tedium and embrace its more...
The double standards of the Left

The double standards of the Left

20th Mar 2015 by Jan Nedvidek
The 'Oxford radical Left' are hypocritical and fighting to preserve freedom of speech only when it suits, Jan...
Run, run as fast as you can

Run, run as fast as you can

5th Mar 2015 by Tom Robinson
Tom Robinson criticises the latest development in plans for televised leadership debates in the run up to May's...
The next government should prioritise mental health

The next government should prioritise mental health

20th Feb 2015 by Ellen Milligan
Ellen Milligan argues that NHS cuts under the Conservatives have had a catastrophic impact on mental health care
Debate: Should we have televised leadership debates?

Debate: Should we have televised leadership debates?

14th Feb 2015 by Lucjan Kaliniecki, Harry Gosling
Given widespread demands to include minority parties in this year’s pre-election TV debates, Lucjan Kaliniecki and...
We should stop the social media ‘pay-day witch-hunt’

We should stop the social media ‘pay-day witch-hunt’

14th Feb 2015 by Jack Evans
Jack Evans argues that the student social media campaign against Andrew Hamilton's salary is reactionary
The uphill battle to register student voters

The uphill battle to register student voters

7th Feb 2015 by Tom Hayes
Oxford City Councillor Tom Hayes explains how new voter registration laws affect students in Oxford
The new counter-terrorism bill is a threat to free speech

The new counter-terrorism bill is a threat to free speech

6th Feb 2015 by James Elliott
In his weekly column, James Elliott warns that the new counter-terrorism bill will infringe our liberty
Interview: Paris Lees

Interview: Paris Lees

6th Feb 2015 by Niamh McIntyre
Niamh McIntyre talks to Paris Lees about transgender activism and class identity
Every page of The Sun is toxic

Every page of The Sun is toxic

23rd Jan 2015 by James Elliott
In his weekly column, James Elliott argues that the loss of Page 3 would not have saved The Sun newspaper
Warwick’s occupation shows students how to fight

Warwick’s occupation shows students how to fight

16th Jan 2015 by James Elliott
James Elliott argues that after the violent clash with police at Warwick, students need to be steeled against the...
The Campaign: OSFA for dairy-free G&D's ice cream

The Campaign: OSFA for dairy-free G&D's ice cream

16th Jan 2015 by Josh Hagley
Josh Hagley talks about the need to make vegan food more accessible and Oxford Students for Animals (OSFA)'s...
Interview: Roger Bootle

Interview: Roger Bootle

16th Jan 2015 by Harry Gosling
Harry Gosling talks to Roger Bootle about economic forecasting, continuity and the New Year
 Debate: should there be exclusionary zones for abortion clinics?

Debate: should there be exclusionary zones for abortion clinics?

16th Jan 2015 by Mary Reader, Kayleigh Tompkins
Mary Reader and Kayleigh Tompkins debate whether exclusionary zones outside abortion clinics should be legal
Whatever happened to the "Compassionate Conservatives"?

Whatever happened to the "Compassionate Conservatives"?

6th Jan 2015 by Freddie Hopkinson
In response to David Cameron's appearance on the Andrew Marr Show, Freddie Hopkinson bemoans the demise of the idea...
No Mr. Hitchens, Russia is not acting peacefully

No Mr. Hitchens, Russia is not acting peacefully

22nd Dec 2014 by Stanislas Lalanne
Stanislas Lalanne argues against the views laid out by Peter Hitchens concerning the Ukraine crisis
Breastfeeding, facesitting & patriarchal control

Breastfeeding, facesitting & patriarchal control

22nd Dec 2014 by Mary Reader
Mary Reader argues that the concept of 'appropriateness' is a patriarchal tool used to control women's freedom of action
Police brutality is not a new problem

Police brutality is not a new problem

16th Dec 2014 by Sian Meaney
Sian Meaney argues that recent incidences of police brutality are part of a latent and often ignored issue in our...
Postgraduate loans: a case of too much education?

Postgraduate loans: a case of too much education?

11th Dec 2014 by Harry Gosling
Harry Gosling argues that the introduction of postgraduate loans will not necessarily promote prosperity and social...
Feature: Homelessness in Oxford

Feature: Homelessness in Oxford

6th Dec 2014 by Niluka Kavanagh, Megan Gibbons, Lily Taylor, Tristan Upton
As the festive spirit grows and students start going home for Christmas, the need to think about charitable causes...