Debate: positive discrimination prevents meritocracy

Image description: Magdalen College Improving access to students from  more disadvantaged backgrounds has rightly become the  priority for Oxbridge admissions. After all, no young person should be discriminated against “on the basis of the class they were born into”. The upper echelons of higher education should be open to all inspiring, budding young intellectuals and […]

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Debate: Decriminalising the license fee will let destructive market forces shape our BBC

By decriminalising the non-payment of TV license, the British Government would galvanise the erosion of British culture, a process begun during Thatcher’s Era. Over 90% of the licence fee is spent on BBC TV channels, radio stations, BBC iPlayer and other online services (including education services). It is no doubt that if you were born […]

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Debate: Racism, Harassment, and Abuse have forced Harry and Meghan to become independent – we should respect their decision

Meghan and Harry are human beings. They are not perfectly rational, fully-fledged robots or invincible superheroes. Holding them to an obtusely high standard is pointless. I shall argue that we should accept Meghan and Harry’s decision on a moral basis and broaden our perspectives on the Royal Family. It is important to clarify what has […]

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