The Week in Words “I am impressed that you have been more persistent and pushy than the Daily Mail or the Sun.” Matthew Scott – escaped hostage and Trinity fresher, to Cherwell “We have not yet found stocks of weapons” The Iraq Survey Group “Iraq Nukes: Blair was right” The Sun’s headline following the release of the Iraq Survey Group Report “There’s a rule in drama that if you set something up, you have to pay it off.” The executive producer of Eastenders explains the return of Dirty Den. But wasn’t the set-up for him to, er, be dead? “Jesus was a magician and so am I” David Blaine “I wish I’d bought a land-to-Perspex box missile with me now” A latter-day disciple. “I’m very pro-women, I’m very much into equality. Those things are not coming out.” Arnold Schwarzenegger “The first time, you’re like, “Oh my God! I was groped by Arnold Schwarzenegger!” – the second time it’s disgusting!” One of his ‘victims’ “We are going to win the next election, I promise you.” Iain Duncan Smith “We must show the government that it is not cost-effective to screw us over.” Jo Read CUSU Officer discussing top-up fees “Conservatives: thnx 4 ur text.” Tory reply to anti-fees text messaging. Now that they’re so down with the kids, it must be true. “Do not, under any circumstances, try this at home.” Derren BrownARCHIVE: 0th Week MT2003
Jesus is now the third Oxford college to have hosted Christian Concern in recent years, along with Exeter and Trinity, whilst LMH is currently considering whether or not to host the group
“It was an extremely frightening experience; several people were experiencing panic attacks."
Officials voted narrowly to not cancel the event, despite pressure from student groups