20 years after the Good Friday Agreement was ratified by dual referenda, Peter Madden and Conleth Burns reflect on the journey travelled so far and the challenges ahead with former Permanent Secretary of the Northern Ireland Office, Sir Jonathan Phillips
Accepting the Tory government’s plans without the people having their say will put our country at risk
The veteran Labour MP denies that there is a 'free speech crisis' within UK universities
After 25 years, Cherwell are moving offices from 7 St Aldates
The recent display of portraits of the school’s decorated alumnae show that the subject is inescapably political.
The party should not be too disappointed about the result, but can’t be complacent
The differing levels of support create an environment of inequality
Oxford’s trashing clampdown is nothing short of garbage
“We all go to the same lectures and many colleges share tutors"
Freelance and Guardian writer Dawn Foster says that the right wing media have an odd fixation with student life