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Oxford Union president Benjamin Sullivan rape inquiry dropped

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The president of the Oxford Union will face no further action after a police rape inquiry.

Benjamin Sullivan, 21, a history and politics student at Christ Church college, Oxford, was arrested in May on suspicion of rape and attempted rape.

Thames Valley Police have confirmed that the case had been dropped.

The student was elected head of the debating society in December. Following his arrest a string of speakers cancelled their appearances.

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