A tweet written by Stephen Pax Leonard about Sadiq Khan reading: "He is a miserable little excuse for mayor. He just wants London to be a Mecca for Muslims."

Revealed: Oxford research associate’s far-right links

Dr Stephen Pax Leonard wrote, 'liked' and retweet anti-Semitic content, and was due to attend the Traditional Britain Group (TBG) conference held last Saturday week

Oxford Diocese defends invitation of Islamic scholar to preach at University...

Monawar Hussain was invited to deliver a sermon by Vice-Chancellor Louise Richardson

‘The launch was a dream for us’: Onyx magazine releases its...

The editorial team hope "the magazine can be a continuing celebration of African and Caribbean culture".

Oxford UCU fails to reach turnout threshold to call for strike...

This means that no strike action will be able to take place, preventing a repeat of last year’s University-wide lecturer strike.

Oxford researchers expose ‘data thirst’ of big tech companies

The figures further reveal how vast numbers of apps are set up to convey data to big tech companies, with Google topping the list of potential recipients.

Vigil held to commemorate victims of Pittsburgh synagogue attack

A multi-faith crowd gathered Radcliffe Square last night to commemorate the victims of last weekend's mass shooting

Historic panel relocated from Union due to clash with far-right speaker

The panel will be relocated to a college venue due to concerns over anticipated "free-speech" protests

Bar Wars: St Peter’s strike back at Regent’s cocktail theft

The supposed “theft” has caused uproar at St Peter’s with students describing it "a crime".

SU opposes AfD leader’s Oxford Union visit

72% of voting members opposed Alice Weidel's invitation

Oxford Jewish Society to hold vigil for Pittsburgh synagogue attack victims

The anti-Semitic attack at the Tree of Life synagogue during its Sabbath service killed eleven people

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Jesus College accused of controversial evangelical group ‘cover-up’

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Students raise safety concerns over ‘extremely frightening’ Park End queue

“It was an extremely frightening experience; several people were experiencing panic attacks."

Don’t confuse free speech with hate speech

The Union’s series of predictably shocking speakers are anathema to our values

Union Standing Committee vote to continue with Bannon event

Officials voted narrowly to not cancel the event, despite pressure from student groups