Exclusive interview: Wuhan professor recounts city’s harrowing coronavirus response

The World Health Organisation recognised coronavirus as a global pandemic on 11th March. Today, over a quarter of the global population is under lockdown, and over 1 million cases have been confirmed globally. Wuhan city, in China’s Hubei province, the birthplace and original epicentre of the outbreak, has seen more than 50,000 coronavirus cases, with […]

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Returning Officer accused of rigging OUCA election

The Oxford University Conservative Association’s (OUCA) latest election results were challenged this week following allegations that the Returning Officer prevented members from voting. Following his unsuccessful run for the OUCA presidency, Kofoworola Braithwaite, the Association’s current Communications Director, lodged a complaint of electoral malpractice against Matthew Benson, the Returning Officer. Braithwaite alleged that Benson purposefully […]

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Long Gone Songs No Longer – Lisa O’Neill at the Bullingdon Oxford.

Image description: O’Neill’s latest album cover When Lisa O’Neill stepped on the stage and went straight for the microphone without stopping to pick up an instrument, and delivered a rendition of an old roamer tale, the tone was set for what was to follow. Uncompromisingly traditional, unapologetically Irish, the beautiful coming together of History, folk, […]

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