Many colleges invested millions in offshore funds to avoid paying tax
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‘I am deeply concerned at accusations of antisemitism’
“We are a sporting society, not a drinking society”
The Cambridgeshire Police have been caught trying to recruit an activist to go undercover and spy on Cambridge student politics.
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Guardian Editor Alan Rusbridger talks to NATALIE GIL about tabloids, liberal stereotypes and journalism’s uncertain future.
The Guardian’s HADLEY FREEMAN tells us why America can’t let Romney win, why she rejected her first Guardian job offer, and how to dress for a supervision when you’ve written an abysmal essay.
Rigging the exam system to help state school applicants entirely misses the point.
Unpaid internships offer students the chance to really explore the area of work that they want to enter, without being blinded by a five-figure salary.
Is there really no bigger snob than a member of the working class?
We’ve done over The Sun and the BNP, but ALASDAIR PAL’s TCS gem from February has never been revealed. Until now…
Tab Rates vs. Tab Slates: May Week Special.
TOM CROOKE on why it was appropriate to set ‘Sex and the City 2’ in Abu Dhabi.
‘Jay Z gave me a hug’. Mr Hudson talks to The Tab: read the interview here and enter our competition for tickets to his gig at The Junction.
After the The Tab’s hoax fools The Sun, PHOEBE LUCKHURST and LOTTIE UNWIN select April Fool’s Day’s finest efforts.