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The Oxford Union is a debating society with membership drawn primarily from the University of Oxford, although it exists independently of the university. . Founded in 1823, it is one of Britain’s oldest University Unions.
The Oxford Union has a tradition of hosting some of the world’s most prominent individuals across politics, academia and popular culture, including US Presidents Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton, British Prime Ministers Winston Churchill, Margaret Thatcher, David Cameron and Theresa May, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, activists Malcolm X, Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa, actor Morgan Freeman, musicians Sir Elton John and Michael Jackson and sportspeople Diego Maradona and Manny Pacquiao.