Joshi Herrmann
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Cambridge’s list of shame: New figures expose how colleges freeze out disadvantaged students

Exclusive: Long hidden, The Tab obtained the college-by-college data which tells the true story of Cambridge admissions

Privileged students are 10x more likely to progress to a top uni. The Tab is campaigning to change that

Welcome to our 10x Campaign to widen uni admissions

Young voters said they were going to turn out big. Only one pollster believed them

‘In the hierarchy of polling sins, I think this ranks pretty highly’

She wrote an opera about a border control, inspired by Trump. Then she got snared in his travel ban

Art imitates life for a Fulbright Scholar and composer

In reality Trump’s supporters had one thing in common – now she’s gone

‘Come together as one united people,’ Trump said. ‘Execute her!’ shouted a fan behind me

A word of advice from a Brit who didn’t vote: I thought Brexit couldn’t happen

V O T E

Understanding the Ched Evans case matters a lot – and most of us don’t

We learn about how the law works from high-profile trials. And this time we’ve learned it wrong

Meet Mike Pence, the man who has to make Donald Trump electable

What a ticket

Update: Milo’s talk in Orlando has been canceled

‘Violence is my main concern’

Two nights in California: How Bernie’s revolution ran out of continent

We were with the San Francisco Berners at the very end

Bernie is defiant in California – his supporters are angry

We watched his rally in San Francisco

How the Malia Obama story broke early

‘We’re going to do it in a way so that nobody gets scooped’

We spoke to people who know Ted Cruz, the only guy who can stop Donald Trump

‘He’s not a guy you would want to go for a beer with’

VIDEO: Student caught calling Uber driver a ‘minimum wage faggot’

‘Go fucking drive you little fuck’

US campaign experts say the ‘Pollyhop’ storyline in House of Cards isn’t totally ridiculous

We spoke to the company helping Ted Cruz – and the Out campaign

The conversion of Justin Welby

How a failing Cambridge student became the Archbishop of Canterbury

The people who join Teach First are arguably the best thing about Britain

‘It is hellish. It is absolutely hellish’

Now the NUS is making our whole generation look bad

Peter Tatchell. PETER TATCHELL.

Someone who has seen the Shard apartments says they are ‘extraordinary’ – and empty

Is there anyone living in the highest homes in Europe?