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OULC invites MP with links to Chinese spy

The release of the Oxford University Labour Club term card has revealed the inclusion of Barry Gardiner, an MP with close connections to Chinese spy Christine Ching Kui Lee.

Matt Hancock, Gavin Williamson, and Sir Roger Penrose among speakers at...

"The Oxford University Conservative Association announced that Matt Hancock and Gavin Williamson will both be speaking this Michaelmas term."

Oxford societies criticise Sewell Report as “misleading and false”

Several Oxford societies have joined the criticism from academics and campaigners surrounding the release of a government report into institutional racism in the UK....

Labour selects current Oxford student as candidate for parliament

Rosie Sourbut, former Oxford University Labour Club co-chair and current student, has announced she is running as the Labour candidate in Oxford West and...

OULC pulls out of Three Party Debate

"We are surprised and disturbed that the Labour Club do not wish to defend Jeremy Corbyn who they are actively campaigning to be Prime Minister," the OULD said.

OULC votes to abolish private schools

At their General Meeting this evening, Oxford University Labour Club voted in favour of a motion to support the Abolish Eton campaign, also known...

Cambridge Labour to follow OULC in disaffiliating from Labour Students

A statement from CULC described the elections as “deeply undemocratic” and called for a new organisation to replace Labour Students.

OULC chairs accused of ‘misleading and unfair’ conduct over attempt to...

One anonymous OULC member told Cherwell "on certain issues the ability to voice dissent via the press is valuable, and the Labour club will ultimately be weaker for the absence of honest disagreement with the party line.”

Confusion and internal division: Why Brexit won’t feature in today’s three-party...

OULC co-chair described the Oxford Forum’s event as “poorly organised” 

OULC signs letter condemning Chris Williamson

An OULC committee member said an apology from Williamson was "not enough"