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Scientists are wilfully misquoted in the fight against God-bashing

Not-So-Golden Brown?

The PM still has a chance to make good on his time in office

Bumbling Boris

Chris Baranuik has confidence in Johnson.    

Oxford owes students money over strikes

The University must be held accountable for lost teaching time for failing to resolve staff strikes

Thumbs up for Hands Up

The President of Hands Up for Darfur hits back at last week's piece by Max Seddon.  

No strings attached

A more considered approach to aid for Burma

Mission Accomplished?

French students still have plenty to revolt about

The credit crisis, politics, and you

A world in economic turmoil, America in a state of political uncertainty - what does it mean for us?

A Bad Week

Creating human-animal hybrid embryos opens a Pandora's box

Why young people won’t vote

In his weekly column, James Elliott talks about why young people will not vote unless Labour offers an appealing alternative

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Aung San Suu Kyi’s honorary degree should be revoked

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The government is wrong to dismiss abortion clinic buffer zones

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Tolkien fans visit Oxford to celebrate author

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Exclusive: Jude Law to speak at Union

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Oxford historian discovers new letter sent by suffragette

The letter was written in 1905 by Annie Kenney, the first suffragette to be imprisoned in the campaign for the vote