'Serious amounts of inbreeding... but you still have a better chance than Suzanne Evans'
Police found stillborn baby Raihana in a black bag on a footpath with her umbilical cord still attached and are now searching for the mother
The 14-year-old was abducted while she was walking to school
Detective Inspector Jim Holmes says he named her Raihana meaning 'heaven's flower'
Veterans of the bruising process who have sat the aptitude tests, stressed over the personal statements and sobbed afterwards shed light on the same interview rooms which will be open again in just a few months
'Listening to a full album should always be more valuable as a whole than an individual song'
‘Mx’ is increasingly being used as a gender neutral alternative to terms which reflect the traditional gender binary of male/ female such as 'Miss/ Ms/ Mrs/ Mr'
Past test papers allow you to, not only understand the types of questions that will be asked, but also to understand which of the areas you feel you are the weakest in
University wants to reflect 'remarkable contributions' made by individuals to modern Oxford’s culture of 'inclusion, equality, and tolerance'
The council said the flag would set a 'clear precedent' for other flags to be flown in the town
Repeat offender must wear device for at least six months, allowing police to track his movements
Jack Letts, dubbed 'Jihadi Jack', was suspected of joining Isis after he left his home in Oxford and travelled to Syria last year
Society says new NUS president has made ‘anti-Semitic comments’ which ‘render her unfit for office’
University's response that 'Oxford is a place where non-violent speech can be expressed' is criticised by signatories
Continent’s rising performance partly due to 'undoubted growth in university systems'
Prestigious Oxbridge universities slip down, as rankings’ editor says balance of power in higher education is 'slowly shifting from the West to the East'