More UK Politics
2nd May 2014 by Niamh McIntyre, Radhika Seth
The UN Special Rapporteur for Violence Against Women recently said that the UK had the worst 'in your face' sexist...
28th Apr 2014 by Nick Mutch
Alastair Campbell talks Iraq, good journalism and why he hated Cambridge with Nick Mutch
26th Apr 2014 by Niamh McIntyre
Niamh McIntyre argues that the sunny picture painted by the recent employment statistics are a cover up for a darker...
16th Apr 2014 by Evy Cavalla
Evy Cavalla argues that Jeremy Paxman's recent performances show the presenter's bias and lack of professional standards
6th Apr 2014 by Alice Nutting
Alice Nutting criticises the MP for Oxford East's decision to support the welfare cap in Parliament
2nd Apr 2014 by Robert Walmsley
Robert Walmsley discusses the continuing problems with tuition fees and the sell-off of the student loan book
17th Mar 2014 by Max Chamberlin
Max Chamberlin, one of the models in the 'We are all Oxford' campaign, argues that Oxford's race issue is...
1st Mar 2014 by Samuel Rutishauser-Mills
Samuel Rutishauser-Mills explains how the failure of some parts of the media to report immigration stories fairly...
24th Feb 2014 by Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith, MP for Oxford East, discusses why student voices can make a difference
9th Feb 2014 by Anna Burn
Anna Burn discusses pop, politics and poetry with folk musician and libertarian Frank Turner
4th Feb 2014 by Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith, Labour MP for Oxford East, explains how proposed cuts to the Students Opportunities Fund will affect...
26th Jan 2014 by Robert Walmsley
Robert Walmsley discusses liberty and the state with Mark Littlewood
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.
22nd Jan 2014 by Tom Carter
...doesn’t mean that they aren’t alright
11th Jan 2014 by Alex Stronell
Alex Stronell explains why we should be worried when the Education Secretary talks about ‘patriotic virtues’ in...
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.
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...
3rd Jan 2014 by Charlotte Cooper-Beglin
Charlotte Cooper-Beglin discusses the Government's decision to pardon codebreaker Alan Turing
17th Dec 2013 by Max Long
Protests should address structural issues within the police force rather than target officers themselves, argues Max...
10th Dec 2013 by William Pimlott
William Pimlott tackles the misconception that journalism is in a rut