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The Oxford University Police, or Oxford University Constables, was the private police force of the University of Oxford between 1829 and 2003. They carried warrant cards and were empowered to act as police officers within the University precincts and within areas of Oxford within four miles of any University building. As of 2001 the force existed as a private constabulary with 40 sworn constables. They were widely recognised for the bowler hats which formed part of their uniform, and formerly had the duty of patrolling outside the Examination Schools alongside the University Proctors, the officials responsible for discipline in the University. They were abolished by the University Council in 2003.

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Hancock on coronavirus vaccine trial pause [Video]

Hancock on coronavirus vaccine trial pause

Health Secretary Matt Hancock seeks to reassure the public as trials of the Oxford University Covid-19 vaccine have been put on hold owing to a reported side effect in a patient in the UK. Report by..

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FPL crowns new champion after controversy [Video]

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The Fantasy Premier League has named a new winner for the 2019/20 season afterthe original was disqualified for a breach of the gameโ€™s terms and conditions.Josh Bull, a researcher in mathematical..

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COVID-19: Oxford vaccine's late stage trials to start in a week in India, says ICMR [Video]

COVID-19: Oxford vaccine's late stage trials to start in a week in India, says ICMR

Director General of Indian Council of Medical Research, Dr Balram Bhargava on August 04 stated that Oxford vaccine, being manufactured by Serum Institute of India, got approval for phase 2 and 3..

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COVID update: India to start late stage trials of Oxford vaccine, Shivraj tests positive again [Video]

COVID update: India to start late stage trials of Oxford vaccine, Shivraj tests positive again

The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) has given approval to Serum Institute of India (SII), Pune, to conduct Phase II and III clinical trials of Oxford University. According to the World Health..

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