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Tony Diver notes how instead of attacking the government the opposition is crippled by internal division.

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This week, Cherwell takes a look at the Queen's opening of Parliament

Let’s not spoil all the fun: A response to Marc Pacitti

Tom Perrin responds to Marc Pacitti's republican piece on the birth of Prince George.

Cultural appropriation is not OK

Tyler Allen urges students to think about their costumes this Halloween

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Adam Kellett, OUSU’s Access and Admissions Officer, argues that disaffiliation would hit low income students and liberation groups hardest

Education, Education? – Labour now proposes two instead of three

Why forcing students to complete degrees in two years rather than three will create more problems than it will solve

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Cherwell speaks to Morag Henderson, Stipendiary Lecturer in Human Sciences at Oxford.

Affirmative action: the embodiment of meritocracy

Samuel Rutishauser-Mills uses new scientific data to dispel the notion that income-based affirmative action schemes for university admission weaken a university's academic standing

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Tjoa Shze Hui argues that the most worrying thing about the Brooks Newmark episode is not the shenanigans of Newmark himself but the ethics of the journalist involved

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