Opposition, not Islamaphobia

Last month, years of Taliban hostility finally ended when Pakistan’s government agreed to surrender control of the Swat district and…

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Let asylum seekers work

Asylum seekers were given the right to work in the UK in 1986, a move introduced by the Conservative government.…

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Master degrees widen class gap

John Denham, the universities secretary, revealed last week at a higher education conference in London his fears that, “Masters degrees…

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Say hello to The Duke

It’s a splendid thing, the Scottish music scene. Home to the humble kilt, the slightly less delectable haggis and, err,…

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Residents left out in the cold

Residents of Stanmer Court, some of the more expensive accommodation on campus, are demanding compensation after two terms of irregular…

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Spies stalk students

Harvard University came to the forefront of student news recently when it was discovered that pharmaceutical giant Pfizer may be…

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A Royal Success

I am sat in the rather grand and glamorous Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kensington. There is enough marble and gold…

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