Authors Posts by Freddie Hopkinson

Freddie Hopkinson


Sell Us the Truth

Freddie Hopkinson explores the consequences of the recent scandal at Volkswagen

God Save the Queen?

Freddie Hopkinson seeks to understand the meaning of Britain's continued obsession with its longest reigning monarch

Architects of Oligarchy

Freddie Hopkinson asks whether we are celebrating the wrong sort of architecture for our cities

Rowing on – college rowing as a way of thinking

Freddie Hopkinson on the importance of rowing in Oxford

An unexpected coup and an uncertain future

Freddie Hopkinson considers the consequences of a Conservative victory in last week's election

Milking it: why dairy production matters

Freddie Hopkinson explores the effect of the abolition of EU dairy quotas - will the UK be caught out?

Debate: Can social media activism be a force for good?

As the use of social media continues to grow, we ask whether social media activism is as good as we think it is

Whatever happened to the "Compassionate Conservatives"?

In response to David Cameron's appearance on the Andrew Marr Show, Freddie Hopkinson bemoans the demise of the idea of the 'Big Society', calling for the Conservatives to re-establish links with the centre ground


Mojo Preview – ‘gloriously worded script but male dominated’

Cesca Echlin finds this rendition of Jez Butterworth's play hits comic targets, but also reflects on its male-dominated narrative.

Merlin: The magic of kindness

Exploring the continuing relevance of BBC's Merlin

Bake-sale held in protest against Oxford’s gender pay gap

Due to the gender wage discrepancies at the university, from today onwards women in the university are ‘effectively unpaid’ until the end of the year. 

NI abortion rights must be a UK policy

Lobbying your MP could help change the lives of thousands of women

The Band Review – ‘heartwarming and nostalgic fun’

The new Take That inspired musical a great testament to the great British boyband.