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Month: May 2016

THE WEB WE WANT? GUARDIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF KATHARINE VINER ON HOW TO MAKE THE INTERNET A BETTER PLACE — Oxford Today

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We are facing a ‘dark age’ in journalism, Katharine Viner, editor-in-chief of The Guardian, warned at Oxford’s second Women of Achievement lecture. Viner (Pembroke, 1989), The Guardian’s first-ever female editor-in-chief, shared her concerns that ‘In the digital age it’s easier than ever to spread false information…Does the truth even matter anymore?’   Read the full […]

MOTHER’S PRIDE WITH OLIVIA GORDON — The Oxford Times

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In my May column for The Oxford Times, I write about the amazing Thomley, a play venue for children of all abilities, and my excited plans for this year’s In The Night Garden Live!  

A CLASS OF THEIR OWN — The Telegraph Magazine

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In this Saturday’s Telegraph magazine – meeting the parents who have chosen to home educate their children.

CRIME FICTIONS: WHY PEOPLE DO BAD THINGS — Oxford Today

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Most of what we are told about crime is a lie, argues alumnus Tom Gash, a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Government…