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Fred Dimbleby

Fred Dimbleby
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Fred, a second-year Historian at Keble, was the paper's editor for Trinity Term 2018 alongside Matt Roller. He started out as Cherwell's comment editor last Hilary.

Man charged after Oxford shooting

Shearman was originally arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, but no charges have been brought in relation to that

Oxford standoff ends after shots exchanged

A 24-year-old suspect was arrested at 3am this morning after negotiations with police at the scene

Shots fired near Westgate centre

Police have warned people to stay away from Paradise Street

Nigel Owens: ‘I don’t want to be a celebrity’

Nigel Owens talks about his experiences with mental health and whether rugby has a problem with ‘lad culture’

TMS commentator Dan Norcross: ‘I remember that rich, crackling sound through...

Test Match Special commentator, Dan Norcross, says that the show was the sound of his childhood

Oxford beaten in uni ranking by Cambridge for eighth year running

Cambridge topped the rankings with Loughborough, UCL, Warwick, and Durham also appearing in the top ten

Boris Johnson cancels press conference at Keble College

Johnson had been due to meet with his German counterpart at the press conference

Finalist thanks ‘legends’ after notes and laptop stolen

Anne-Marie Downes' revision materials were taken from a car in Durham

Shakira Martin re-elected as NUS president

Martin won a landslide victory in the first round of voting

Oxford reveals gender pay gap

Newly released figures show a mean gender pay gap of 24.5%, which is higher than the national average

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Frantz: a wrenching tale of remembrance

The French-German film Frantz, however, has gone unnoticed by many English-speaking viewers, despite being one of the most powerful films released to explore the after-effects of World War I.
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Nuffield students defend Noah Carl after “racist pseudoscience” petition

Three Nuffield PhD students have signed a letter defending the former Nuffield fellow Noah Carl, after he was denounced in a petition signed by...