The Socialist Workers Party and Stand Up to Racism are no friends of the Left

At the protest against Marion Maréchal-Le Pen’s Oxford Union talk last Tuesday, protestors shouted anti-police slogans at rather impassive lines of officers (and four very well groomed horses) while members of the campaign group Stand Up to Racism distributed placards with anti-Le Pen sentiments. These well-designed and always-plentiful placards can be seen hovering over the […]

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Union in civil war over Steve Bannon

Image Credit: Tom Gould Oxford Union President Stephen Horvath’s decision to host former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon on Friday of 6th week has continued to cause fallout within the society and across the University.  Last week, The Oxford Student reported on the heated Emergency Meeting called by Union Secretary Nick Brown, in which […]

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Inside the Emergency Union Meeting on disinviting Steve Bannon

Image Credit: Barker Evans In a tense meeting of the Oxford Union Standing Committee, the President narrowly avoided being directed to disinvite Steve Bannon from speaking at the Union, with 6 votes in favour and 7 against. As previously reported by The Oxford Student, the Secretary, Nick Brown, requested an emergency vote regarding the invitation of Steve Bannon to […]

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Oxford Union President accused of “blatant nepotism”

Committee members of the Oxford Union have accused the current President, Stephen Horvath of “blatant nepotism” following his decision to allow Minal Haq, an ex-Standing committee member, to have a paper speech during this week’s Thursday debate. Haq is scheduled to be speaking against the motion, “This House Believes that Retributive Justice is Obsolete”, alongside […]

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