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    The parallel pandemic: how should we address the spread of misinformation...

    "The physical impact of the virus is hugely concerning. But the threat from the parallel pandemic of misinformation – which is jeopardising our collective capability to agree on basic facts – should not be underestimated."

    In conversation with Jonathan Wilson

    "There’s no reason other than snobbism not to study it in the way you would study theatre or music or literature.”

    The Height of Ignorance: Why the Media is Fascinated with the...

    The fact that reports are downplaying the study’s other findings in favour of a focus on height suggests a more worrying trend.

    The New Music Celebrity

    The glossy pages of the likes of NME and Rolling Stone were pored over by music aficionados in the past, hoping for a snippet of the intent of...

    Profile: Richard Bilton

    Playwright Tom Stoppard said, “I still believe that if your aim is to change the world, journalism is a more immediate short-term weapon.” The...

    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."

    OSPL SUMMER SCHEME

    If you are interested in business and publishing then join the OSPL Summer Scheme! Who else can say that they worked as a business executive for a real publishing company whilst completing their degree?!

    Interview: editor of the New Statesman, Jason Cowley

    On the literary scene, journalism, and the current state of the left

    Peter Preston Obituary: A journalist who believed in action

    Peter Preston, who died last week, knew that no one should escape scrutiny.

    Blame for our University’s blatant inequality should lie with the education...

    Startling figures released by Cherwell last week are indicative of educational divides that arise much earlier than Oxford admissions, argues Rachel Collett