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    Opinion: On Scotland, Devolution, and The Labour Party

    Unionism can only work if all nations are satisfied: a real regard for the Scottish people must be made. Such regard that is formed by compassion and a distribution of wealth, power and opportunity would ensure that this positive situation is not only made but sustained.

    Investigation: Scottish Under-representation at Oxford

    In May 2020, Oxford celebrated as the proportion of state-educated students at the university hit 62.3%. In a triumphant foreword to the Annual Admissions...

    Opinion: Ignore those saying otherwise – coronavirus has proven that devolution...

    "Covid-19 has, in many ways, been an endorsement, rather than an exposé, for the future of devolution."

    Interview with the previous leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson

    “I've previously joked it’s much harder to come out as a Tory at the BBC, than it is to come out as gay,” Ruth...

    Scottish access initiative launched by Brasenose student

    In 2018, there were 13 English private schools that each sent more children to Oxford than the entire Scottish state school system.

    Brasenose JCR apologise for ‘problematic’ ceilidh

    Brasenose JCR apologised to any students who felt affected, and assured them that their Burns Night ceilidh will be "as authentic as possible"

    Scott Hutchison – ‘he gave expression to the things I could...

    The Frightened Rabbit frontman, who has died aged 36, confided to his listeners the perils of intimacy and loneliness

    He couldn’t make them come. He didn’t make us laugh.

    Rosie Duthie argues that we must call out casual sexism for what it is, not least when it comes from senior politicians

    Battling uncertainty with uncertainty is reckless: Indy Ref Two must wait

    The case for Scottish independence is just as poor as at the time of the last referendum, argues Emma Leech

    A thistle amongst the roses: to be a lone Scot in...

    Emma Leech questions the motives behind setting up national societies