Oxford stands silent in memory of Jo Cox MP

Cherwell, 18th June 2016 Hundreds of students and townspeople of Oxford stood in a vigil in Radcliffe Square on the 18th June in memory of Jo Cox MP, who was shot and stabbed in her Yorkshire constituency on Thursday. The vigil, which brought a crowd of around 250 people, was organised in association with Oxford … Continue reading Oxford stands silent in memory of Jo Cox MP

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Michael Gambon responds to critics of ‘black Hermione’

Radio Times, 16th June 2016 "Has anyone seen a toad? Neville's lost one," she said. She had a bossy sort of voice, lots of bushy brown hair, and rather large front teeth. And just like that, Hermione Granger – the woman who was to be one of the Potter generation's best-loved characters – stepped into … Continue reading Michael Gambon responds to critics of ‘black Hermione’