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The cost of food and commodities is skyrocketing. Can free trade still be defended?

Bumbling Boris

Chris Baranuik has confidence in Johnson.  

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Yes, we should celebrate Israeli culture

Jacob Turner offers the Oxford Israeli Cultural Society's response to the Oxford Students' Palestine Society piece published on Friday .  

Excess baggage

We are destroying our planet. It’s an idea with which we all ought to be painfully familiar. It may sit uncomfortably with our lavish...

A cruel injustice

In the early hours of 8 March 2008 Alejandro Ordaz Moreno, a PhD student, was seized at gunpoint as he left a bar in...

Celebrating ethnic cleansing?

It is with bemusement and outrage that we find ourselves being asked to celebrate 60 years of Israel’s existence.

Food in crisis?

Lee Jones battles the spectre of Malthus.

Interview: David Willetts MP

Simon Maine talks to David Willetts about the "intellectual renewal" of the Conservative Party.

Spirit of ’68

You don’t need a copy of Trotsky under your arm to realise that cutting the real wages of our public workers in the face of soaring food-prices is ruinous to human welfare and the services upon which so many rely. 

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