By Marcus Dysch, November 27, 2008
An Oxford University newspaper has published a front-page apology after an article advising students how to save money was headlined "Jewish Economic Policy".
Editors of The Newt, run by students at New College, claimed the piece "was intended to be satirical", but apologised for causing offence
following complaints from readers. A fortnight ago, players from the university's under-21 rugby team carried moneybags and wore fake sidelocks) as part of a "bring a fit Jew" party.