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31 January 2003
THE LONG-awaited government review of higher education, released this week, contained proposals to raise the top level of tuition fees from £1,100 to £3,000 a year
15 February 2002
ON 20 February, students will show their anger about tuition fees in a massive demonstration in London, writes Christian Bunke, Manchester.
23 November 2001
NEW LABOUR are, it seems, already backing off from their proposals to introduce a grant for some students, writes Kieran Roberts.
16 November 2001
MANY YOUNG people were relieved to read that the government is discussing abolishing tuition fees and introducing a grant...
14 September 2001
FOUR YEARS of New Labour government has left Higher Education in crisis. Several former polytechnics face fines from HEFCE (the higher education funding council for England) for failing to recruit enough...
31 August 2001
A HOUSING crisis is developing across England and Wales, warns a report by the National Housing Federation, writes Ken Douglas.
10 August 2001
Student funding system failing: IN THE next few weeks tens of thousands of students will get their A level results and be wondering whether or not to go to college...
20 July 2001
Rees report: THE SOCIALIST has consistently argued that the introduction of tuition fees and the abolition of the student grant would deter thousands of students from going to university, due to financial hardship, writes Sarah Mayo, Save Free Education.
24 November 2000
OVER 50 students came to a very successful meeting organised by Save Free Education (SFE) and Socialist Students after the rally, even though most people were tired by what turned out to be a route march across London...
10 November 2000
OVER 20,000 students are expected on the National Union of Students (NUS) "Grants not Fees" demonstration in Central London, writes Paul Hunt, Coventry (SFE) Save Free Education..
10 November 2000
SAVE FREE Education (SFE) are building a mass movement of resistance against tuition fees, the abolition of the grant and oppose universities that try and enforce sanctions against students who do not pay their fees...
27 October 2000
MANY FIRST-year students already feel the financial burden of being at university, 41% will be looking for jobs, predominately low paid and highly exploitative to keep their heads above water, writes Kieran Roberts, Save Free Education (SFE).
13 October 2000
TUITION FEES and the abolition of the student grant are widening the class divide in education. The drop in university applications from working-class students is threatening further cuts in some universities.
15 September 2000
SINCE NEW Labour came to power the position of students has continued to deteriorate. Fees and the abolition of the grant mean that debts have spiralled, applications have fallen and student poverty has...
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