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Saturday, June 25, 2022

Emma Weitzman

Coronavirus threat postpones Gucci fashion panel

A fashion panel at the Oxford Union has been postponed by Gucci due to travel lockdown in Milan resulting from the coronavirus outbreak. The...

Tories and Culture

The election of a new conservative government begs the question of how British culture and the Arts will be affected. Close to a decade of Tory rule caused a sharp decline in the funding and support of art and culture throughout the nation, and it seems like it's not getting any better.

Jesus professor one of GQ’s 50 most influential people

Sir Nigel Shadbolt was recognised by GQ for the work he does with the Open Data Institute, which GQ describes as the ‘“not-evil” WikiLeaks’....

Persecution and protection: new Blavatnik programme announced

The Alfred Landecker Foundation has announced a new programme, focusing on the study of the persecution and protection of Europe’s minorities, at Oxford’s...

Council outlines new housing strategy

The Planning Inspectorate have approved Oxford City Council’s plan for the building of over 10,000 homes by 2036 to meet Oxford’s housing crisis.  The Inspectorate...

Conserving Culture : Not on the Tory Agenda

The election of a new conservative government begs the question of how British culture and the Arts will be affected. Close to a decade of Tory rule caused a sharp decline in the funding and support of art and culture, and it doesn’t look like it’s getting any better.

For the Record: Cameron’s Memoir

The lack of response to Cameron’s long delayed autobiography is indicative of the longer demise of the style of politics Cameron epitomises. Outsold by...

Businesses propose major Oxford-Cambridge development shake-up

Twenty-five leading property chiefs and businesses are calling for an "Olympic-style" body to deliver infrastructure and housing required to develop the area between Oxford...