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Monday, June 27, 2022

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City Council’s £35,000 #WeAreOxford fund opens

Oxford City Council has announced that the £35,000 #WeAreOxford fund is open for applications. This fund is “for organisations to deliver activities and events...

Interview with Professor John Curtice

Professor John Curtice

Twin city Wroclaw expresses friendship with Oxford

Oxford’s twinned city Wrocław has responded to the UK’s exit from the European Union with a display of friendship. Students of the Polish city...

SATIRE: Party Time

How many times do we have to elect politicians who look like Roald Dahl villains before a pang of embarrassment finally twinges? Nigel...

Pro-EU candlelit vigil held on Brexit Day

A ‘Proud to be European’ event will be held by pro-European Oxford groups this Friday, to mark the date of the UK’s exit from...

Oxford increases bond sale to £1bn

Image Credit: Aivin Gast Oxford University has tapped its £750 million 100-year bond for a further £250 million, raising almost £1 billion in sterling bonds...

Welsh Independence and Brexit

The Leave vote has changed the way that independence is viewed in Wales.

Review: F*@king Hell

Political satire makes make Brexit the most interesting it has been for years in Tasha Saunders’s biting new comedy.

Interview: Dominic Grieve

Dominic Grieve on small "c" conservatism, Brexit and our national identity crisis.

Metamorphosis, Money, and Moldovan ice cream

It’s probably unsurprising that while The Guardian hails Ian McEwan’s latest novella as a “comic triumph”, it is dismissed by The Telegraph as “an...

Brexit’s forgotten stakeholders

The British Overseas Territories, while largely unknown to the British public, will be affected enormously by Brexit.

A conference to remember

Highlights from the 2019 Labour Conference in Brighton

Dominic Cummings: The genius in Number 10?

The ‘erratic genius’ label Cummings has acquired has helped to explain away many eccentric, and sometimes outright poor, decisions.

A Very British Coup

‘It’s a drama fit for the stage, not for Parliament, and it looks like something out of another century.’

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