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Tuesday, September 26th

St Olave’s Grammar, and the deeper problems with the education system

Lucas Bertholdi-Saad, a former student at St Olave's, says that no secret was made of the school's ruthless focus on academic attainment, and argues that we must not be trapped into similar policies at university

The new royal baby is a political mistake

Ethan Croft argues a third royal pregnancy might demonstrate just how out of touch the royal family has become

Richardson’s comments are not just offensive – they’re dangerous

The vice chancellor's remarks about LGBT+ students make a mockery of pastoral care

Hollywood’s Hellboy watershed moment

Greg Brinkworth argues that the resignation of Ed Skrein from the cast of Hellboy might finally signal a turning point for minority representation in Hollywood

The Arpaio pardon is misuse of power, plain and simple

Grace Bowland argues that Trump's pardoning of Arpaio reveals the troubling potential of the Presidential pardon to undermine the separation of powers

We need a second referendum

Will Dry makes the case that governmental blunders necessitate a second crack for Remain

Sarah Champion’s resignation is a testament to the dangers of political...

Jordan Bernstein argues that those highlighting uncomfortable truths unfairly risk losing their jobs

Oxford Reacts: Cellar’s closure

Three different perspectives on why the "beloved sweat den" cannot be allowed to close

We must stop hiding from the disaster on our doorstep

Marianne Louis-Auguste calls for an urgent confrontation with the greatest crisis of our age

The media’s focus on false rape claims deters real victims

Cat Bean argues that high profile cases such as Jemma Beale's will further complicate bringing true perpetrators to justice
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