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    Tom Calver

    Home Office withdraws Campsfield expansion plan

    Campsfield House Immigration Removal Centre will not be expanded following an independent review of people in detention

    Immigrants at Campsfield "guilty until proven innocent"?

    C+ discovers claims of poor medical help and diet, detainees self-harming, and alleged victims of torture being locked up against the Home Office's own guidelines

    Investigation: Student intermission

    C+ finds a disparity between different students' experiences of the process, with evidence of students' trust being broken, and colleges treating mental health problems as disciplinary ones

    Investigation: Private Student Housing

    In C+'s investigation on private student housing, students claim that landlords 'patronised them', failed to repair essential damage and put their safety at risk

    Hall staff "reduced to tears" and forced to wear makeup

    In its investigation on the treatment of college staff, C+ finds evidence of bullying, staff not being paid for overtime, and employees being forced to change their names

    Oxford’s film scene to benefit from kickstarter project

    Following the success of 'The Wishing Horse' at the Portobello Film Festival over the summer, the film’s director is hoping for more of the same with 'Waterbird' and 'Catkins'

    Tribunal declares Union rules changes invalid

    RO Thomas Reynolds cleared of any interference, but candidates who broke the rules will not face tribunal

    Students respond to Wilson verdict

    'Black Lives Matter' Cornmarket protest planned for Saturday noon

    Jesus celebrates 40 years of women

    Students and alumni look back on the “Jesus Experiment”

    Banerjee U-turn on resignation

    Union President standing by electoral changes after RO declares them invalid.

    RAG’s 2015 naked calendar goes on sale

    This year's theme is 'action shots', which sees athletes pose nude in some of Oxford's most iconic locations

    Becky Howe wins OUSU Presidential election

    Landslide victory for Howe, as the teamABC candidate claims 1,343 votes, with Will Obeney on 633 and Adam Roberts on 461

    Frustration over OUSU elections

    With only a few hours before voting closes, students have expressed confusion over the online voting system and the lack of hustings videos available to students

    Christ Church refuses to hold "Abortion Culture" debate

    College Censors deny permission to Oxford Students for Life to host event, while OSFL insist that the debate 'will go ahead'