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Beyond the Etonians: Simon Kuper’s Chums in today’s Oxford

"If the structure of undergraduate life then had such adverse outcomes and is so worthy of condemnation – and the structure fundamentally hasn’t changed – what does that imply for Oxford now?"

Will Neill’s Real Deal: The Decline and Fall of Boris Johnson

This has been a bizarre week for Boris Johnson. I appreciate that this is an evergreen statement, applicable to basically any week in the...

BREAKING: Allegations of financial and interpersonal misconduct lodged against OUCA President

"Cherwell can reveal that complaints have been lodged against the President of the Oxford University Conservative Association, Kamran Ali, accusing him of financial misconduct and abusive behaviour towards other officers."

Northern Neglect: COVID-19 Restrictions and the North-South Divide

"In COVID-19 policy and beyond, the government continues to view the North as expendable, both politically and economically, putting lives and communities at stake."

Dominic Cummings and his Whitehall Weirdos

Special adviser Dominic Cummings helped himself to a wide slice of Whitehall’s well-stretched attention this week after he published a job ad on his blog decrying...

Opinion – Hypocrisy in our Democracy: Why We Must Hold the Tories to Account

Ironically, the one thing we can all agree on is that the United Kingdom is currently divided. Deep inequalities of wealth, opportunity, and a...

Opinion – For the Many, Not the Few

Unsurprisingly, a Tory Prime Minister said it best. We’ve heard a lot from Boris Johnson in the last few weeks and months about 'one-nation...

Aid should not be given selfishly

Moves to give foreign aid in line with the national interest are misplaced.

So long Theresa, you won’t be missed

A premiership littered with failures finally comes to an end.

May’s gone, who’s next?

"Whether it’s Boris, Moggy, Raab, Javid or whoever the Tories choose, it is safe to say we’re f**ked."

The Conservatives are on the brink of collapse

Recent local elections show the scale of the problems facing the Tories at the ballot box.

Is it time for Theresa May to be binned?

In light of the wave of minister resignations and possible no confidence vote, is it time for Theresa May to go?

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