What happens when you try to correct misinformation on the internet?

Image Credit: Twitter Last week, a news story caused shockwaves on Twitter, titled ‘Cambridge students reject Remembrance Day’. That’s just one article, but if you Google it, you’ll see about seven with near-identical wording, all from moderate to far-right-wing papers. Here’s the thing, though. This phrasing is extremely misleading. So what actually happened? A group of […]

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Oxford commemorates end of First World War

On a bright Autumn morning on 11th November, crowds mustered along St. Giles to participate in the Remembrance Day service marking the initiation of the armistice and the end of fighting in the First World War. The service was led by faith leaders, including the Rev Charlotte Bannister-Parker, Bishop of Oxford Rt Revd Steven Croft, […]

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Review: Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates 11/11/18

Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra Mary Bevan – soprano David Stout – baritone Rowan Atkinson – narrator The Choir of The Queen’s College Owen Rees – conductor Image credit: PublicDomainPictures Attendees of the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra’s Remembrance Day concert were treated to a thoughtfully crafted and magnificently performed programme to mark the centenary of the First World […]

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Review: Johnny Got His Gun

  ✮✮✮✮ That moment of realisation when it becomes apparent that a play is going to be a one-man show is always slightly nerve-wracking. Your entire evening is invested in the performance of one person and one person alone. Luckily, in this case, that was more than enough. The entire play consisted of one man, […]

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