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Chef flies flag for girls' school at South Pole

Olivier Hubert, chef at St Helen and St Katharine school in Abingdon who is on an expedition to the South Pole. Picture supplied by St Helen and St Katharine school

AFTER slaving over a hot stove to cook up dishes for 700 schoolgirls, chef Olivier Hubert is cooling off on an expedition to the South Pole.

8:08am Friday 2 December 2016

Archbishop of Canterbury warns against 'turning inwards' after Brexit vote

The Archbishop of Canterbury urged the promotion of cohesion 'around the common good' following the Brexit vote

The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for a renewal of fundamental British values in the post-Brexit period.

12:39pm Friday 2 December 2016

'The country owes him a debt' - new Witney MP pays tribute to Cameron in maiden speech

Witney MP Robert Courts delivers his maiden speech in the House of Commons. Picture: UK Parliament

DAVID Cameron's successor as Witney MP has paid tribute to the former prime minister, saying he made the Conservative party 'believe in itself again'.

6:29pm Wednesday 30 November 2016

Architect of Tory welfare reforms set to retire

Lord Freud's resignation has been accepted by the Queen

The architect of the Tories' welfare reforms is to retire from the Government.

9:07pm Thursday 1 December 2016

Scotland has 'special place' in Union, Theresa May says

Theresa May succeeded David Cameron as Prime Minister in the aftermath of the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union

Theresa May has said Scotland has a "special place" in the Union as the devolution of new tax powers to Holyrood took another step forward.

12:17am Wednesday 30 November 2016

Theresa May's welfare spending policy is historically obsolete, say academics

Theresa May's policy of cutting the welfare budget in times of austerity overlooks its role in a nation's economic success, academics have said.

A group of Cambridge academics has said Theresa May appears to hold a "historically obsolete view" on welfare spending.

12:11am Friday 2 December 2016

David Cameron 'incredibly proud' of wife Samantha after she launches new fashion brand

10:32am Thursday 1 December 2016

Female cast chosen for dining club play

A PLAY about Oxford’s notorious Bullingdon Club, which originally starred Kit Harington and James Norton, is to return to the London stage with an all-female cast.

8:38am Thursday 1 December 2016

Theatre version of Bullingdon Club story returning to London stage

Theatre version of Bullingdon Club story returning to London stage

The original show was turned into a film, called The Riot Club, starring Douglas Booth, Max Irons and Sam Claflin.

3:12pm Wednesday 30 November 2016

Corbyn mocked by May for confusing IMF and IFS at PMQs

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks during Prime Minister's Questions

Theresa May mocked Jeremy Corbyn for an economic slip during Prime Minister's Questions, claiming it showed why it is best he is in opposition.

2:04pm Wednesday 30 November 2016
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