Empire’s Wake: The Mau Mau uprising in Kenya

Image Description: Memorial in Nairobi to victims of colonialism.  “Bottles (often broken), gun barrels, knives, snakes, and vermin were thrust up men’s rectums and women’s vaginas.” “The screening teams whipped, shot, burned, and mutilated suspects, ostensibly to gather intelligence for military operations.” This June will mark the 10th anniversary of the first claim brought by […]

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Petition launched to remove law professor for “discriminatory” comments

A petition to remove Emeritus Professor of Law and Legal Philosophy John Finnis from teaching has attracted three hundred and fifty signatures in five days. Finnis has been accused of having “a long record of extremely discriminatory views against many groups of disadvantaged people”, including the LGBTQ community. Finnis co-teaches a series of seminars for […]

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Subject drop-out statistics revealed

The Oxfordshire Guardian has reported that Oxford University drop-outs resulting from physical and mental health issues are the highest among English, law, and Post-Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) students. The findings were revealed through a recent investigation instigated via a Freedom of Information request by the Guardian. According to the report, 11% of all students […]

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