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The Rise of the Libertarian Party: The Dawn of Three Party Politics?

The Rise of the Libertarian Party: The Dawn of Three Party Politics?

Oliver Greenwood June 8, 2016 0

Making his rounds on television in a well-cut suit paired with trainers and trying to sell himself as the next President of the United States, Gary Johnson, Presidential Candidate for the Libertarian Party, is

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The Regressive Dreams of Brussels

The Regressive Dreams of Brussels

Alexander Fiúza June 7, 2016 0

There is a common notion that the ideal of a European super-state is in some fashion progressive, modern and forward-thinking. A common notion, but a mistaken one, and one which threatens the very foundations

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Why the EU is a hindrance in a Globalising World

Why the EU is a hindrance in a Globalising World

Euan McHardy June 5, 2016 1

Of all the scaremongering by the Remain campaign, perhaps the most scurrilous is the idea that Britain’s influence would diminish if it left the European Union. As the monotone goes, Britain’s prosperity is dependent

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Oxford Votes for the NUS while Anti-Semitism Remains Unchecked

Oxford Votes for the NUS while Anti-Semitism Remains Unchecked

Luke Nash-Jones June 2, 2016 1

The first term for Malia Bouattia, the new President of the National Union of Students has been a challenging one indeed, with three universities: Lincoln, Newcastle and Hull voting for disaffiliation within weeks of

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Oxford Votes to Remain in NUS Amongst Referendum Controversies

Oxford Votes to Remain in NUS Amongst Referendum Controversies

Matthew Cowley June 2, 2016 1

In the latest of the recent referenda on disaffiliation from the National Union of Students, Oxford University have voted to remain in the NUS. With 57.1% voters at the University coming down in favour

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Whether Harambe should have been killed or not misses a deeper point

Whether Harambe should have been killed or not misses a deeper point

Sam Woolfe June 2, 2016 1

  Following news that Harambe, a gorilla at Cincinatti Zoo, was killed, people have been arguing over whether it was right that she was killed. First, let’s address this question. A human life was

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Are Remain Complacent or Incompetent With Young Voters?

Are Remain Complacent or Incompetent With Young Voters?

Matthew Cowley June 2, 2016 1

With the In campaign’s supposed strength lying with the young vote, you would have thought they might know a thing or two about how to target young people. Indeed, if they have the sort

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Why are NUS Pizza Discounts not Considered Promotion of “Cultural Appropriation”?

Why are NUS Pizza Discounts not Considered Promotion of “Cultural Appropriation”?

Luke Nash-Jones June 2, 2016 1

September last year, University of East Anglia student union officials banned sombreros as ‘racist’. Last month, Cambridge University students boycotted an African-themed dinner calling it ‘cultural appropriation’, and recently a Havana Nights evening was

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Why is Donald Trump Accelerating in the Polls? Clinton & Trump Neck and Neck.

Why is Donald Trump Accelerating in the Polls? Clinton & Trump Neck and Neck.

Joe Peverill June 1, 2016 0

The Democratic Party could hardly believe their good fortune last month when it became apparent that Hillary Clinton was headed to a general election showdown with Donald Trump. In their eyes, the presumptive Republican

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NUS Vice President Breaks Oxford Referendum Rules

NUS Vice President Breaks Oxford Referendum Rules

Alex MacDonald May 31, 2016 3

NUS Vice President for Union Development, Richard Brooks, has leaned in to influence Oxford students voting on their union’s NUS affiliation. As of today students will be able to vote on whether Oxford is

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