Articles in 'student protest'

  • Occupation
    Is Cambridge Defend Education Defensible?
    18th January 2012

    Cambridge Defend Education has divided opinion with its tuition fees protests, its occupations and its interruption of a speech by Universities Minister David Willetts. With respected Cambridge pro...

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    Cambridge Students Force Willetts Out
    25th November 2011

    A dramatic confrontation took place at Cambridge University this week, where anti-tuition fees protesters confronted Universities Minister David Willetts during an organised lecture and forced him ...

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    Slashed EMA Hits College Enrolment
    13th October 2011

    As predicted by campaigners and protesters, the enrolment figures now prove that the government decision to slash the Education Maintenance Allowance has had a devastating effect on college enrolme...

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    Students to Fight Tuition Fees in High Court
    25th June 2011

    As the tuition fees furore continues, two teenagers have won an unprecedented battle to take the fight to the High Court. They will argue that the government’s new tuition fees policy contrav...

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    Save the EMA
    26th April 2011

    A heartfelt plea from a 15 year old schoolboy has reopened the debate on the EMA. We recap the key details of the EMA and its demise, and outline the government’s scheme to replace it with a ...

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    Tuition Fees Revealed: Average Fees Above £8700
    19th April 2011

    As the deadline arrives for universities to submit their proposed levels of tuition fees for 2012, we provide a condensed summary of all the vital facts and developments on tuition fees.

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    What really happened at the protests?
    29th March 2011

    Reports of the mass protest against government cuts on March 26 have been so varied that it has been difficult for anybody to piece together a realistic picture of what actually took place. We pick...

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    Police Face Investigation into fees protests “criminal and gross misconduct”
    15th March 2011

    The IPCC has confirmed that an investigation is underway into the “criminal and gross misconduct” of police officers who allegedly conspired to falsely arrest a student protester during...

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    Aaron Porter to Step Down as NUS President
    22nd February 2011

    Aaron Porter has announced his intention to stand down as NUS President when his term ends in April. He claims he is proud of the achievements of the union during the tuition fees furore, but many ...