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St. John’s JCR votes to fund gender expression

St John’s JCR has resolved to provide £400 for the purchase of items that aid gender expression

St Anne’s vote for mandatory donation to homelessness charities

St Anne’s JCR have passed a motion for compulsory battels charity donation

Oxford study fears for “fake news” during French election

The Oxford Internet Institute found that the bulk of France’s junk traffic targeted Emmanuel Macron

Animal Ethics Fellows for Oxford

The Centre’s Fellowship includes academics from various countries

Profile: Ian Hislop

Ian Hislop on keeping people angry and a new era for satire

Pembroke appoints first-ever meme reps

Memes to encourage “college spirit” and “boost morale”

Oxford college warns students about black “intruder” who was staying in...

Harris Manchester College emailed students and staff with a CCTV image of prominent Rhodes Must Fall Campaigner

Profile: Fiona Bruce

Fiona Bruce on women in journalism, the BBC on Brexit and modern languages

Profile: Gina Miller

Gina Miller has every reason to be fearful. Over the festive period, rather than Christmas cards and messages from well-wishers, the 51-year-old investment manager...

Profile: Gina Miller

Marianna Spring speaks to Gina Miller about Brexit, fearlessness and challenging Theresa May

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Should Philip Green have been named and shamed?

This follows Lord Hain naming Sir Philip Green in Parliament as the businessman accused of harassment

Why are you wearing a poppy?

Making Remembrance Day the default undermines its purpose