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Monday, September 25th

We must care about the Taylor Swift case

Naomi Packer argues that Taylor Swift's recent lawsuit is a timely reminder of the power one woman can have in standing up against harassment

Tear Down America’s Shame

Adam John Ellison argues that we cannot cling to Confederate symbols and statues in modern America, while being genuine about ending oppression
Trump and Macron

The Paris Climate Accord is now little more than scrap paper

Daniel Villar argues that despite being formed with the best intentions, the Paris Climate Accord now serves as a reminder of a collective failure to combat climate change

The Norrington Table serves no meaningful purpose

Daniel Kodsi argues that the Norrington Table's is too superficial to provide any valuable insight into collegiate disparity in finals

Trump’s team of failures are running out of time

Adam John Ellison argues that the Trump administration will make history for all the wrong reasons

Academic achievement is an important metric for admissions

Greg Brinkworth argues that shifting the focus away from academic attainment at admissions stage risks misleading applicants

Decolonising history, or obscuring reality?

Efforts to decolonise Oxford's past can draw a fictitious veil over history

BBC’s shameful pay gap and the need for quality

Jordan Bernstein argues that the BBC should solve its gender pay gap, but cutting the salaries of its highest earners would compromise quality

We can scrutinise without abusing

It’s important to reject personal attacks on politicians, but holding these same politicians to account is important for our democracy

Criticism of Diane Abbott is rooted in racism and misogyny

Chris Goring argues that we must start a conversation about online abuse in both the political left and right
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