Saturday, June 19, 2021
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    Vaccine Distribution: EU vs UK

    Back in April 2020, the number of COVID-19 deaths in the UK reached over 350 people per million – about twice as high as...
    Dominic Raab attends a remote G7 meeting

    The Conservatives’ attack on the ECHR: A Long Time Coming

    "Scrapping the ECHR and starting afresh with a ‘British Bill of Rights’ would embolden the government with both symbolic and literal power." Ciara Garcha investigates the history of the 'British Bill of Rights' and considers how it would impact the UK's relationship with the European Union.

    Brexit and breaking the law: ‘it’s only okay when we do...

    "I want to be clear that this is not, and should not, be a political issue. Any government breaking, or threatening to break, laws should be held accountable regardless of their political affiliations."

    The‌ ‌Myth‌ ‌of‌ ‌the‌ ‌Affluent‌ ‌International:‌ ‌the‌ ‌impact‌ ‌of‌ ‌Brexit‌ ‌on‌...

    "Universities should embrace an ethos of openness, and institute measures which will continue to ensure that students from around the world can still afford to come and study."

    EU students lose ‘Home’ status from 2021

    EU, EEA, and Swiss national students will be classified as 'International' and will no longer qualify for 'Home' fee status and associated loans and...

    Lord Mayor visits twin cities in wake of Brexit

    Lord Mayor of Oxford Craig Simmons will travel across Europe from February 26th to March 3rd in order to coordinate carbon emission reduction initiatives...

    Pro-EU candlelit vigil held on Brexit Day

    A ‘Proud to be European’ event will be held by pro-European Oxford groups this Friday, to mark the date of the UK’s exit from...

    Oxford University receives €56 million grant

    Oxford University has been awarded a grant of €56 million by the European Research Council (ERC).  The winners of the ERC’s latest Consolidator Grants Competition...

    I miss (E)U

    What do you do when half your life is in the European Union, and the other half is about to leave it?

    Oxford students join “million-strong” anti-Brexit march

    Representing a number of political groups, the number of Oxford students who were in attendance is difficult to establish, but one source told Cherwell that over 50 Oxford students had marched.