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If successful, the University have the sole right to use the city's name on any product

Brasenose JCR apologise for ‘problematic’ ceilidh

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Trinity building proposal approved despite Bodleian opposition

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First CofE vicar to be in same-sex marriage becomes LMH chaplain

Foreshew-Cain quit as a vicar in 2017, citing the "institutional homophobia" of the Church of England

Plush faces imminent venue closure

The future is uncertain for the popular LGBTQ+ venue

SU welcomes students responding to Gender Recognition Act consultation

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Anti-racist groups to protest AfD leader’s visit to the Union

Stand Up to Racism Oxford argues the party ‘built up its following by stoking up racism against migrants, Muslims and refugees’

Campaign for Southeast Asia centre receives royal backing

The centre will be used to research and teach about Southeast Asia

Oxford City Council announces new youth support strategy

The Council's new Children and Young People’s Strategy will replace the current Youth Ambition Strategy and Children and Young People’s Plan

OUCA Bullingdon ban reversed after motion branded ‘unconstitutional’

It comes less than a week after OUCA passed a motion claiming to move it "towards a more open, welcoming, and tolerant environment for all"

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