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Why a No-Deal Brexit could mean the end of British Film

But it’s independent British films that have the most to fear in the looming shadow of a no-deal Brexit. Most people working in the film industry voted against leaving altogether – why? Because the European Union massively supports creative industries in a way that our government alone either can’t or won't.

Balliol students launch petition to bar PM from college premises

The petition, which has received 150 signatures, accuses the PM of "seriously undermining democracy", and also calls for a ban on the college displaying images of the former student.

Damian Collins: emergency legislation needed for a snap general election

Calls for reform to rules on election campaigning have been made following the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal in 2018.

Oxford ramps up protest against no-deal Brexit

Amidst national uproar, protestors who oppose Boris Johnson’s shutdown of parliament gathered in Bonn Square, Oxford, before marching to the Town Hall last night....

Anarchy unmasked; Peterloo 200 years on

Felicity Victoria Graham discusses the 200th anniversary of The Peterloo Massacre and what we could learn from it

Interview: Humza Yousaf MSP

The Scottish Justice Secretary discusses second referendums, social media and supporting Corbyn

Interview: David Aaronovitch

"The people’s whose future depends on this question are overwhelmingly against the thing we have decided for their future. That’s a problem."

The State of Our Plates Post-Brexit

Speculating about the future of food after we leave the European Union

So long Theresa, you won’t be missed

A premiership littered with failures finally comes to an end.

Do the EU elections matter?

Dominic Brind and Luke Dunne on whether we should care about the EU election results.

University to fund Erasmus alternative in case of No Deal Brexit

The University has made an “open-ended commitment to funding exchange activity".

The real emergency

While there may or may not turn out to be a Plan B for Brexit, there is no Planet B for us.

I miss (E)U

What do you do when half your life is in the European Union, and the other half is about to leave it?

Oxford Independent Group applies to become official student society

The group is part of Young Independents, the youth wing of Change UK-The Independent Group, a new political party founded by former Labour and Conservative MPs to oppose Brexit.

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