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    Brexit and breaking the law: ‘it’s only okay when we do...

    "I want to be clear that this is not, and should not, be a political issue. Any government breaking, or threatening to break, laws should be held accountable regardless of their political affiliations."

    Unmasking the Failings: why the UK government was too slow on...

    Picture this: a man in his 20s has contracted COVID-19, but he doesn’t know it. He heads to the shop for some supplies. He...

    Oxford COVID-19 vaccine trial has only 50% chance of success as...

    Oxford University’s COVID-19 vaccine trial has only a 50% chance of success as the virus is disappearing so quickly in Britain, warns a professor...

    Britain is too desperate for affection

    If Britain wants to be treated with respect, it needs to stop whining about a 'special relationship'

    It’s our generation’s responsibility

    20 years after the Good Friday Agreement was ratified by dual referenda, Peter Madden and Conleth Burns reflect on the journey travelled so far and the challenges ahead with former Permanent Secretary of the Northern Ireland Office, Sir Jonathan Phillips

    Is May following Trump’s model?

    Samantha Novak worries that Theresa May is using the shock of Trump for her own isolationist agenda

    On partiality in journalism

    Alex Oscroft calls for the freedom of independent journalistic expression within the mainstream media

    Jeremy Corbyn: weak leadership and a middle-class fantasy

    Toby Williams proposes that left-wing politics, both in Oxford and nationally, is drifting from pragmatic electability to idealist fantasy

    Debate: ‘does Oxford produce good British Prime Ministers?’

    A training ground for outstanding national leaders or producer of the unrepresentative and out of touch? Ben Evans and Ellen Peirson-Hagger go head to head