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The MP's View

The MP's View

24th Feb 2014 by Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith, MP for Oxford East, discusses why student voices can make a difference
Interview: Frank Turner

Interview: Frank Turner

9th Feb 2014 by Anna Burn
Anna Burn discusses pop, politics and poetry with folk musician and libertarian Frank Turner
How cuts to access funds will affect students

How cuts to access funds will affect students

4th Feb 2014 by Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith, Labour MP for Oxford East, explains how proposed cuts to the Students Opportunities Fund will affect...
Interview: Mark Littlewood

Interview: Mark Littlewood

26th Jan 2014 by Robert Walmsley
Robert Walmsley discusses liberty and the state with Mark Littlewood
Debate: Should you give directly to the homeless?

Debate: Should you give directly to the homeless?

26th Jan 2014 by Louee Dessent-Jackson, Nick Mutch
With Oxford's homeless population among the UK's highest, Louee Dessent-Jackson and Nick Mutch discuss what we can do.
Just because they’re right...

Just because they’re right...

22nd Jan 2014 by Tom Carter
...doesn’t mean that they aren’t alright
Michael Gove's 'patriotic history' is cause for concern

Michael Gove's 'patriotic history' is cause for concern

11th Jan 2014 by Alex Stronell
Alex Stronell explains why we should be worried when the Education Secretary talks about ‘patriotic virtues’ in...
Why isn’t politics taught in schools? The answer is politics

Why isn’t politics taught in schools? The answer is politics

11th Jan 2014 by Emma Hewitt
Emma Hewitt asks why politics isn’t taught in schools and whether there is a political agenda behind this.
Has the UK's attitude to drugs changed?

Has the UK's attitude to drugs changed?

8th Jan 2014 by Alice King
With Nigella Lawson's return to our screens soon after the revelation of her drug-taking, Alice King asks whether...
Turing’s pardon was not the right solution

Turing’s pardon was not the right solution

3rd Jan 2014 by Charlotte Cooper-Beglin
Charlotte Cooper-Beglin discusses the Government's decision to pardon codebreaker Alan Turing
#copsoffcampus: Don't target police officers

#copsoffcampus: Don't target police officers

17th Dec 2013 by Max Long
Protests should address structural issues within the police force rather than target officers themselves, argues Max...
Why this is a golden age of journalism

Why this is a golden age of journalism

10th Dec 2013 by William Pimlott
William Pimlott tackles the misconception that journalism is in a rut
Debate: Should students support the strike?

Debate: Should students support the strike?

2nd Nov 2013 by Barnaby Raine, Charles Malton, Anna Cooban, Jessica Hao
Barnaby Raine and Charles Malton debate the merits of a strike by University staff, chaired by Anna Cooban
Cherworld - a pointless ASsessment?

Cherworld - a pointless ASsessment?

31st Oct 2013 by Anthony Collins, Anna Leszkiewicz
As the government and Oxford University come to blows over the scrapping of AS Levels, Anthony and Anna debate the...
Hot Coffee: #NoTo16k

Hot Coffee: #NoTo16k

29th Oct 2013 by Nick Hilton, Tom Beardsworth
In the first episode of the series, Nick and Tom discuss the implications of the furor over the VCs fees comments
Party Conference Season: A Disgrace to Democracy?

Party Conference Season: A Disgrace to Democracy?

16th Sep 2013 by Robert Walmsley
Robert Walmsley laments ineffectual party politics
We Can Still Save Syria

We Can Still Save Syria

1st Sep 2013 by Mark Crawford
Mark Crawford argues that Syria is no lost cause
Political Correctness - Anything But Mad?

Political Correctness - Anything But Mad?

18th Aug 2013 by Marc Pacitti
Marc Pacitti argues that political correctness is anything but mad.
Let's not spoil all the fun: A response to Marc Pacitti

Let's not spoil all the fun: A response to Marc Pacitti

26th Jul 2013 by Tom Perrin
Tom Perrin responds to Marc Pacitti's republican piece on the birth of Prince George.
Unto Us is Born a Son

Unto Us is Born a Son

25th Jul 2013 by Marc Pacitti
Marc Pacitti argues the republican case against the monarchy.
Should Tommy Robinson speak at the Union?

Should Tommy Robinson speak at the Union?

3rd Jul 2013 by Joe Miles
Joe Miles argues that if UAF really wants to stop fascism, they must let Tommy Robinson speak