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At the dining table of Number Eleven Downing Street, Cambridge, the dark arts of economic praxis were being perpetrated by Chancellor Ian Risk and dubious Trade Minister, Simon Daley. 1,355 more words
You may have heard that Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan spoke at Oxford Union of the University of Oxford yesterday with the theme ‘Fostering Youth Entrepreneurship.
We heard him say that he was never elected as Nigeria’s president to spread poverty but to generate and spread wealth. 260 more words
The Oxford city centre is currently undergoing redevelopment, with the new Westgate Shopping Centre at the heart of the scheme. Having recently driven through the construction site on the bus, and witnessing the sheer scale of the project, I have once again started my musings on the appropriateness of the new proposal within Oxford, and on shopping centres as a whole. 2,845 more words
Published for the 50th anniversary of C.S. Lewis’s death, Alister McGrath, an “Oxford don” himself, produces a thorough biography of this “eccentric genius” and “reluctant prophet.” McGrath chronologically retraces Lewis’s literary penmanship while reliving his life. 82 more words