Oxford, Bannon, and the humility of free speech
There is no such thing as a neutral act of free speech.
The Beauty of Idleness: exploring the university days of Oscar Wilde
Employing the maxim of Victor Hugo that
Remembering Mary Wollstonecraft: champion of the obvious yet controversial
Today marks two-hundred and twenty-one years since the death of this seminal feminist.
10 lessons learned while car-camping in Norway
Thinking of road tripping across Norway this summer? Listen up.
US Withdraws from the UN Human Rights Council: A shameless hypocrisy
The US have a complicated relationship with human rights
Are morality clauses the best way to deal with writers who breach public standards?
A new legal phenomenon is arriving to the UK via the US, the so called 'morality clause' within publishing contracts.
Burma Campaign UK: for our government, 'the Rohingya are expendable'
Burma Campaign UK Director Mark Farmaner on the UK in Burma and how students can help.
Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong: ‘Even if you are still in university you can create change in society’
Student Joshua Wong is fighting for democracy in Hong Kong, and the self-determination of his country from mainland China. Here he tells us why.
EXCLUSIVE: This student incurred thousands of pounds of costs after his university 'failed to provide proper supervision'
A third investigation is currently underway
Richard Dawkins making his books free in Islamic countries is a vital stand against religious and state censorship
The celebrated atheist's work will be translated into Arabic, Urdu, Farsi and Indonesian.
Why I disagree with the the Libertarian Party UK's views on gun ownership
In a recent presentation to the party David Ewing attempted to sort the fact from the fiction.
Universities are luring students to communism says new data
Only 9% of young people said communism was dangerous