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Up to 2,000 students have marched across central London today, defying injunctions by the University of London banning demonstrations.
Trade unions are unimpressed by the 'aspirational' rhetoric of Chancellor George Osborne, saying that hard budget facts undermine his claims.
With student activism on the rise, the Student Christian Movement have reported another record turnout at their annual conference.
The Student Christian Movement are inviting students to join the debate about education cuts and tuition fees at their annual conference next month.
A group of people opposed to the arms trade have been removed by police from the London Graduate Fair after peacefully protesting against BAE and Raytheon.
A union's calculations suggest the poorest students will see their debts rise the most due to the coalition government’s new student support system.
Following a speech by Business Secretary Vince Cable, the University and College Union has said that ministers are "in disarray" about higher education funding.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York were met by Christian students campaigning against tuition fee increases when they spoke at the University of Manchester.
Following the surge in student activism last year, the Student Christian Movement say they are expecting a record turnout at their annual conference.
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity marks the start of an encouraging year for the ecumenical movement in Britain, according to the Student Christian Movement.
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