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Oxford college students suspended over e-mails

Fourteen male students from a University of Oxford college have been suspended over allegations about the sending of sexist e-mails.

It is believed the e-mails sent at Hertford College contained a secret list grading female students.

The 14 male students have been suspended from the college while an inquiry is carried out.

The university said it takes the allegations extremely seriously and will investigate fully.



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