Proving you are capable of ethical reasoning is part of representative democracy
Political data is taking pundits nowhere, they should turn to sociology
The prime minister has criticised current legislation without explaining what will take its place
Is an obsession with communication side-lining our ability to care?
Ignore the experts: why the “post-truth era” is a welcome revolution against the marketisation of everyday life
How a mother taught me more about Down’s Syndrome than any doctor could have
This article was originally published as a front-page exclusive in Oxford University’s student newspaper, Cherwell. It can be found here. — Students from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds are less likely to be awarded first class degrees than their peers, Oxford University data has revealed. The statistics show just 22.9 per cent of undergraduates from underrepresented backgrounds…
Our fixation with terrorism is only contributing to its success
Despite its claims to global responsibility, the EU has a shameful record on international justice
Are medical schools doing enough to support their introverted students, and can a quiet doctor excel in medicine?
This article was originally published in the New Statesman. It can be found on their website here. — “We’re not the best”. It’s the open secret that every Oxbridge student eventually comes to accept. Some realise it during their first term, informed by the mundanity of their year group’s Received Pronunciation-dominated conversations. Others learn the…