New Cabinet features the lowest proportion of fee-paying ministers since Labour PM Clement Attlee in 1945
Villagers suggest Harry Potter or Inspector Morse filming locations may be behind regular arrivals of tourists to an unexceptional suburban road
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
Students have been fiercely campaigning to remove a 'racist' statue of the 19th century colonialist
Comments made amid increasingly fiery debate over stifling of free speech at institutions, which has been described as 'an epidemic'
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
St Andrews and Durham revealed as having strong honours records too
Vice-chancellor says Buckingham doesn't have 'big, impersonal lectures' like some larger universities
Oxford students' union announces referendum is to take place within weeks
'One of the most important things to bear in mind is to not be perturbed or intimidated by seemingly irrelevant and difficult questions'
Northern graduates - from Liverpool, Newcastle and York - also achieve 'highly competitive earnings'
The victim had written a number of books and sold art by Banksy
They are designed to give candidates a chance to show their real ability and potential
House prices in the city have gone up 79 per cent in the last ten years