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Oxford Union debate: President resigns over blind student row

BBC News Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Brendan McGrath apologises for his "mistakes" after Ebenezer Azamati was "accosted" during a debate.
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News video: Blind Black Student 'Dragged By His Feet' From Debate At Oxford Union

Blind Black Student 'Dragged By His Feet' From Debate At Oxford Union 01:53

A row has broken out after a blind student was allegedly “dragged by his feet” from a debate held by one of Oxford University’s most prestigious societies. Credit: Oxford Union Africa Society

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