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Saddened by the gradual erosion of my community

Saddened by the gradual erosion of my community

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Press our politicians to take in more refugees

Press our politicians to take in more refugees

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Tories show more bizarre ways of wasting money

Tories show more bizarre ways of wasting money

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Food for thought: Gangsta Granny, which came to Oxford’s New Theatre

Theatre snacking should be banned out of respect

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Campaign for CCTV in abattoirs gains suppor

Campaign for CCTV in abattoirs gains suppor

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Head Sue Vermes has defended her school following an Ofsted report

Children in ‘disadvantaged’ areas of our city in need of change now

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The gap between the rich and the poor will widen

The gap between the rich and the poor will widen

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Cut charity bosses’ pay to save our crucial services

Cut charity bosses’ pay to save our crucial services

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Council should spend the cash saved for a rainy day

Council should spend the cash saved for a rainy day

Fix up the telephone box, it gives a bad impression

Fix up the telephone box, it gives a bad impression

Harsher punishments are needed for cruel hunters

Harsher punishments are needed for cruel hunters

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Spend money on fixing up the John Warin ward

Spend money on fixing up the John Warin ward

County council leader Ian Hudspeth at Marston Northway Children’s Centre

Closing children’s centres is a destructive false economy

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County leader’s stance is an exercise in futility

County leader’s stance is an exercise in futility

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Veterans didn’t fight for pen-pushing dictatorship

Veterans didn’t fight for pen-pushing dictatorship

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People need to be aware of the benefits of the EU

People need to be aware of the benefits of the EU

(5)
John Simmonds with his sinking boat at Botley Bridge, Oxford, last week

Cruel comments about a man who’s lost his home

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Valentine’s Day is perfect time to support charity

Valentine’s Day is perfect time to support charity

Oxfordshire County Council leader Ian Hudspeth discusses the cuts with the public

There are lots of reasons why the Tories won't quit over county cuts

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One sycophantic editorial from a willing accomplice

One sycophantic editorial from a willing accomplice

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Why did parish overturn its decision on parking?

Why did parish overturn its decision on parking?

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The big debate: Fox hunting is still on the agenda

All living creatures are entitled to a natural life

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It’s good policy to have good levels of insulation

It’s good policy to have good levels of insulation

Sister Frances Dominica Ritchie

Cruel of trustees to deprive hospice of a loving founder

Rich university should help pay toward schools

Rich university should help pay toward schools

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Labour must take their share of the blame

Labour must take their share of the blame

(4)
Protection orders are an echo of 1930s Germany

Protection orders are an echo of 1930s Germany

(3)
We will always be dictated to by Brussels

We will always be dictated to by Brussels

(1)
Oldham in Greater Manchester

No change in city inequality provides barren landscape

(1)
Government’s supporters must take responsibility

Government’s supporters must take responsibility

(2)
The statue of Cecil Rhodes at Oriel College

Students angry over Cecil Rhodes statue should study elsewhere

(5)
Tories ought to debate housing crisis in public

Tories ought to debate housing crisis in public

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Sir Terry Wogan at The Bookstore in Abingdon, where he twice met Mark Fysh

Sir Terry Wogan was the champion of the ignored middle people

Though there is much to reform in EU we need it

Though there is much to reform in EU we need it

PM should concentrate on tax from corporations

PM should concentrate on tax from corporations

(2)
Sister Frances Dominica Ritchie

Is there no justice for poor Sister Dominica?

(1)
Privately-owned public toilets don’t make sense

Privately-owned public toilets don’t make sense

Is our democracy being quietly silenced or not?

Is our democracy being quietly silenced or not?

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Veils not part of uniform should not be worn

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Parking chaos could be solved by park-and-ride

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Lack of toilet facilities is a major inconvenience

(2)
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Pavements are uneven and a tripping hazard

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Inquiry into protection of children from sex abuse

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There has always been a credible alternative

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Councillors should resign from their party instead

Jill Huish among the protesters with banners outside County Hall

Go on, resign! Send a message the Government cannot ignore

(1)
Ian Hudspeth in September talking to parents at County Hall campaigning against the proposed cuts to children’s centres across Oxfordshire

Cutting service funding will have serious repercussions

When governments are rather like businesses

When governments are rather like businesses

(1)
Despairing over council tax allocation

Despairing over council tax allocation

Frideswide Square

Mickey Mouse had a say in Frideswide Square

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