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Smokers need freedom, not permission

Smokers are more considerate to others than often thought, and want nothing more than to be left alone, according to Ethan Croft

The college system defines the Oxford experience – it must remain...

Maxim Parr-Reid argues that a college was his first and only way to make sense of Oxford

Louise Richardson: “Do I think Oxford will be number one in...

Interview: Oxford vice chancellor Louise Richardson tells Will Dry that she won’t let tussles with media silence her on free speech

Prohibition kills. Why no progress on drugs policy?

Drugs policy is failing society’s most vulnerable, writes Joshua Harvey

The Harvey Weinstein scandal has shone the spotlight on Hollywood’s institutional...

The disgraced film producer should mark a turning point in the film industry, writes Shivani Ananth

Don’t separate black history from British shame

Naomi Packer argues that Black History Month should serve as a reminder of Britain's sordid past

May’s racial disparity audit is a token gesture of little substance

The government's audit does little more than affirm what we already know about racial inequality in the UK, writes Michael O'Connor

Despite a media storm, Balliol JCR remains united

The proposers of a motion to prevent the banning of religious societies at future Balliol freshers' fairs claim the JCR has resisted division

The Las Vegas shooter was no lone wolf – he was...

Jessica Smith argues that if America is to start taking gun control seriously, it must first rectify double standards in its justice system

No, saving Cellar was not a true victory for people power

Saving Cellar was an important victory, writes Fred Dimbleby, but pointless divisions are stopping students from uniting to fight for more significant causes
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