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An Unbiased Media?

March 14, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
An Unbiased Media?

A report by the Sutton Trust – an educational charity which aims to improve social mobility and address educational disadvantage- revealed that most leading journalists went to private schools and that this disparity has been steadily increasing over last 10 years only. More than half of Britain’s top 100 journalists were […]

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Foals’ ‘Holy Fire’ Review

February 15, 2013 5:47 pm0 comments
Foals’ ‘Holy Fire’ Review

As suggested by the two singles released at the end of last year, Oxford quintet Foals have shed their math-rock shackles as their third release once again shows them taking a new musical direction. Foals can no longer be seen as the jagged, artsy group whose audience liked to dance […]

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Oxbridge Myths – Social Mobility or Classist Bastion?

December 18, 2012 8:00 pm8 comments
Oxbridge Myths – Social Mobility or Classist Bastion?

This year’s Oxford and Cambridge interviews are going on as we speak. Thousands of nervous teenagers will be chatting away, hundreds of dons will be nodding sagely. And guess what? Most of those kids will be rejected. It’s simple maths. There are far more applicants than there are places. This […]

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