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Oxford should not accept money that is tainted by fascism

27 November 2021

11:23 PM

27 November 2021

11:23 PM

Dons and students at Oxford have in recent years been deeply exercised about Cecil Rhodes, who died 120 years ago. Some politically sensitive students removed a portrait of the Queen in the Magdalen graduate common room, and others even persuaded the geography department to remove a portrait of Theresa May.

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Vernon Bogdanor is Professor of Government, King’s College London. He was Professor of Government at Oxford University from 1996 to 2010 and is an Honorary Fellow of The Queen’s College.


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