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Feat. The Tories
Protestors were seen dancing to 80s disco in garish clothes
It’s all about free debate
A director defends his production
Josh Jackson said this after a disciplinary meeting for an “unacceptably aggressive” campaign
‘Opinions’ looks like ‘onions’. Both can make you cry.
A mixture of bad luck, injuries and lots of controversy ensured Cambridge were against the odds, but still defeated Oxford and nearly took the win. DAVID FIRTH gives us the lowdown on all the drama.
COSMO GODFREE argues that the Rolling Stones have become nothing but rock ‘n’ roll rip-off merchants.
UPDATE: The lawyer of an alleged DSK victim has taken the Union to task at a Womens’ Campaign event.
We should give The Union more credit than it gets.
Should Dominique Strauss-Khan be speaking at The Union? ANNA MATHEW and former Union pres LAUREN DAVIDSON get busy.
Deanings at St Hugh’s in Oxford have got out of hand: furious freshers are footing bills for over £1000.
Is there a darker side to the thrill of the politically incorrect?
MICHAEL ALHADEFF talks to The Daily Telegraph’s Derek Pringle about everything from the Pakistani corruption scandal to the future of cricket.
JAMES QUINCE goes all the way to Stratford to see just what all the fuss is about over MARAT/SADE.
In the wake of mass walkout of the RSC’s production of Marat/Sade, LEO PARKER-REES tells the audience where to get off. Expect offensive language and adult themes.