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    In Conversation with Eleanor Neale

    "These ones are being told on my channel because no one else will tell them and I want to tell that story."

    Review: ‘Justice’ by Justin Bieber – A New Era or Familiar...

    "Production is not the greatest sin ‘Holy’ commits. Indeed, I actually really like the gospel piano that kicks the song off, and Justin’s opening verse (“I know a lot about sinners/guess I won’t be a saint”) and pre-chorus (“the way you hold me… feels so holy”), while nothing special, definitely fit and set the mood. Yet, this is immediately ruined by the lyric “Oh God/Running to the altar like a track-star”, which, accompanied by the muddy-too-modern pop bass farting through the timeless instrumentation preceding, wrecks the song beyond all recovery." Raman Handa reviews 'Justice', the latest offering from Justin Bieber.

    Should Philip Green have been named and shamed?

    This follows Lord Hain naming Sir Philip Green in Parliament as the businessman accused of harassment

    The Imperative to Resist Injustice

    Brian Wong argues that we all have a responsibility to fight today's social injustices

    Failings revealed in case of Oxford student whose rape trial was...

    A February 2018 letter to the trial judge, obtained via a Freedom of Information request, revealed multiple failings in the investigation into Oliver Mears

    I feel no sympathy for the student suing Oxford

    Teaching standards do vary, but academic success is as much the responsibility of students as their teachers, says Jordan Bernstein.

    No, saving Cellar was not a true victory for people power

    Saving Cellar was an important victory, writes Fred Dimbleby, but pointless divisions are stopping students from uniting to fight for more significant causes

    Saving Cellar was a true victory for people power

    Joe Baverstock-Poppy argues that the reversal on closing Cellar has taught us something about the impact our student voices can have

    How can we solve the prison crisis?

    Theresa May’s sacking of Michael Gove as Justice Minister was an indefensible blunder, says Matt Roller