Speakers include Sam Gyimah, who is speaking on the opposite side of the no confidence motion since last year, and right-wing American commentator Candace Owens.
As occurs every year around results day, stories are run about students choosing lower-ranked universities over Oxbridge. This year, one student made Guardian headlines by deciding to attend Leeds instead of Oxford. Was it the correct choice?
Given the recent suspected suicides, should shows like Love Island and Jeremy Kyle be allowed on our televisions?
The question of who deserves our attention does not allow us easy answers.
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Having a plate of octopus – a food I don’t think any half-educated person should need to have pointed out is not a staple of the British working class – set down in front of you at your first formal dinner at Oxford firmly joins knowing which type of gown to buy in the latter category.
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Mr Gyimah’s announcement comes after two JCR committee members of Queen’s College cautioned students about attending an event featuring controversial political commentator Brendan O’Neill.
The debate was cancelled under heavy criticism just six hours after being advertised on Facebook
The Union has said it will ‘defend free speech’