Students challenge fee rise, cuts

Ausburn, Kate
February 2011
Green Left Weekly;2/16/2011, Issue 868, p19
The article reports on the student demonstration in Great Britain due to the announcement of the British Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government that the tuition fee of the universities would be raised to 9,000 pounds. It states that a section of the demonstration occupied Conservative Party headquarters. It also notes that the student movement is part of the widespread protests from many sectors against the 81 billion pound in spending cuts announced by the government.


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