Oxford students express solidarity with Hong Kong protestors

Oxford University students and staff, many having connections with Hong Kong, gathered outside the Radcliffe Camera on Thursday evening in a silent protest against the recent political turmoil in the special administrative region, particularly the passage of the Extradition Law Amendment Bill and the ensuing protests. After convening outside the front entrance of the Radcliffe […]

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1,000 people join in the second Youth Strike in Oxford as protests across the globe gain momentum

Friday 15th March saw the second Youth Strike 4 Climate with thousands of children missing school in a rally to force action on climate change policy. The Youth Strike in Oxford was held in Bonn Square and is part of the wider #FridaysForFuture movement, initiated by 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, now nominated for the […]

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More concessions for the Yellow Vests: working people of France are showing Macron who he works for

The widespread Gilets Jaunes, or “Yellow Vests” protests in France have entered their fifth week with no sign of ending. And with Macron’s approval rating having fallen to 18%, their success seems only to be accelerating. What started as a spontaneous appearance of protests by ordinary people across the country, furious about a regressive fuel […]

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