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Keir Mather

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Russia’s intolerance cannot be ignored

By forgetting Chechnya’s ‘gay purge’, we risk being complicit with Putin’s oppressive agenda

On That Point: Thank you, David Hockney

Keir Mather is profoundly moved by the work and life of David Hockney

On That Point: Safe spaces and politicians

Keir Mather argues that safe spaces cannot be extended to politicians without eroding democratic principles

On That Point: Hitchens and Chechnya

Keir Mather is less than impressed by the snap election and argues that it is imperative we help the oppressed gay community of Chechnya

Labour members must stay in order to save the Party

Keir Mather argues that, following Labour's failure to expel Ken Livingstone, membership is not only morally justified, but necessary

One thing I’d change about Oxford…Self-loathing

Keir Mather mourns the constant attacks upon Oxford and advises its students to be proud of the University

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The Stormzy Scholarship is misguided. Here’s why

A thorough look at the Stormzy Scolarship's impact on Oxbridge's access issue

Meet the Parents: College Families Explained

Bizarre but brilliant- who are these 'college parents' and why are they writing letters to you?

‘Cowboy Woman’ is Thailand’s celebrity street food chef

In Chiang Mai's bustling streets, there is an unusual celebrity who embodies Thailand's love of food

A new college is to be opened in the next five years

Oxford University is planing to open a new college for the first time in 30 years, in a bid to keep pace with Ivy...

Flying saucers and the end of the world: Oxford Fringe sci-fi shows question life...

Susannah Goldsbrough reviews two Oxford productions at the Edinburgh Fringe that venture into the world of science fiction: 'Doom's Day' (the OUDS National Tour) and 'Lights Over Tesco Car Park.'