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How the NUS ‘No Platform’ Policy became press censorship

Will this be the week that the Leeds Student Union lost its marbles?

Interview: Michael Crick

Michael Crick, Channel 4's Political Correspondent, talks hackery with Tom Beardsworth

OUSU is doomed to dullness

Tom Beardsworth explains why only a measly proportion of Oxford students will vote in this year's OUSU elections

Interview: George Galloway

Tom Beardsworth challenges an unrepentant and dogmatic George Galloway

First-Class Ticket Mr Osborne?

Should the Chancellor be forking out for politicians to travel in First or will Standard do just fine?

Fighting for the Tory Right

Graham Brady MP, Chairman of the '22, talks to Tom Beardsworth about grammar schools, Europe and No.10

Could you become a UK citizen?

Mo Farah's Olympic success highlights the idiocy of government immigration policy

‘Life is short. Have an affair’

Tom Beardsworth looks into the murky business of adultery

Interview: James Delingpole

Right-wing author and journalist James Delingpole talks to Tom Beardsworth about the burden of always being right

Foreign interventionism doesn’t deserve its bad rep

Tom Beardsworth defends the doctrine of foreign humanitarian intervention against its most recent critics


It’s one small step for Damien Chazelle: ‘First Man’ review

The director of 'Whiplash' and 'La La Land' bring his best to this much-anticipated Neil Armstrong biopic

Oxford grad sets up eating disorder peer support group

The initiative, Supporting Male Athletes with Eating Disorders (SMAED), aims to break down the barriers of `toxic masculinity` by providing a network of support for athletes with eating disorders.

The infamous melodramatics of Kanye West: Ye or nay?

Kanye has had a career riddled with dramatic events – what has this done to his legacy?

22 July: Netflix dramatises Norway’s darkest day

With 22 July, Paul Greengrass has answered the question of how to convert tragedy into film. In handling the harrowing 2011 Norway attacks that...

Uni bids to trademark ‘Oxford’ on 126 products

If successful, the University have the sole right to use the city's name on any product