Sophie Marriott isn’t a fan of the proposed changes to tuition fees
Iwan Hopkins writes about the amount of money the Brexit process, let alone the exit itself, is costing Britain, and how the clock is ticking for Theresa.
The fund is designed to reduce the short-term impacts of Brexit on struggling communities, although some argue it does not address wider issues
Business leaders across the UK have asked the Prime Minister to change how mental health is dealt with professionally
Oxford’s Chris Gosden has led calls to tackle the crippling uncertainty for UK Institutions
Sweeping review of higher education funding branded a “superficial, and politically motivated retaliation” by students
The exposure of refugees being sold as slaves in Libya raises uncomfortable questions about our national debt of conscience
Poet Malika Booker talks politics at the Manchester Literature Festival
Despite rumours that tuition frees were set to be cut at the Conservative Party conference, Theresa May instead announced a freeze
Oliver Storey suggests that the demoncracy of the country rests on us having another opportunity to vote for or against Brexit.
Greater Manchester MPs once again re-affirm their opposition to a No Deal, as an extension to Article 50 appears an increasingly attractive prospect
Luke O Hane argues that listening to the views of the general public may help Theresa May to gain more confidence within her Brexit negotiations.
Tuition fees in the UK currently stand at £9,250 per year for home students, but the proposal has been met with both disapproval and agreement.
Sophie Marriott writes: Theresa May’s visit to the UK’s closest partners in Africa displays the paternalism and imperialism still present in global trade
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