“Frustrating and Disappointing”: Why the Oxford Union’s decision to host the caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan was a mistake
"As a student of Pakistani origin, it was frustrating and disappointing to see Kakar deciding to visit the United Kingdom and the Union choosing to host him"
"If you can put aside all humanity, wrestle the other hogs away from the trough, and get your snout deep enough into the swill, you too could be a billionaire living high to the detriment of millions."
"Any legal grounds in defence of the National Security Law are uprooted by the breaches in fundamental principles that have long governed life in Hong Kong, by the laws of China where justice and fairness are near non-existent."
Abolish: Education secretary Damien Hinds has said he wishes to call time on the phrase ‘public school confidence’, mainly by introducing a programme of ‘five...
Major constitutional changes must not be carried out without adequate support
In light of the wave of minister resignations and possible no confidence vote, is it time for Theresa May to go?
Yes: Hannah Healey The central argument against no-platforming in universities is a clear one: we should allow debate around controversial topics because it inspires resilience,...
Students share their personal perspectives on Oxford's access report
After the Vice Chancellor's comments from earlier in the week, we bring you the personal perspectives from in and around campus
Jonathan Westbury, a Development and Exploration Geologist, tutors Cherwell on geology
Luke Harding, Guardian Foreign Correspondent and author of 'Mafia State', tutors Cherwell on Russia
Cherwell brings you the multiple personalities who have made this week