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Adam Saxon

Sir Bobby Charlton: A True Gent of the Beautiful Game

"The death of Sir Bobby Charlton is a sad moment for all football fans. He was one of the last remaining representatives of a different, gentlemanly era of football"

“A Gripping Memoir”: ‘Stay True’ by Hua Hsu Review

Recently I picked up a book that had been on my to-read list for a while. Stay True by Hua Hsu came out last...

Freedom to hate? Why the Oxford Union’s obsession with controversial speakers must end

Freedom of speech is something the Oxford Union champions. However, they often seem to breach the boundary between allowing freedom of speech and providing a platform to members of society who have rightly been banished for their views

Solidarity: What we can Learn from Strikes in Hilary

"A student-staff alliance would go a long way to defending against the common, invisible enemy of inflation"

“State of the Art”: Why the Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities is a Revolutionary Project for the Future of Oxford

"The Centre has the potential to cement Oxford’s position as the leading destination for humanities not just in the UK, but in the World."