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Research by Barnardo's reveals that the poorest young people have been hit hard by the government's decision to scrap Educational Maintenance Allowance.
Public sector unions planing a day of action over government cuts are aiming to build alliances with private sector workers and the wider anti-cuts movement.
The news that unemployment figures have risen has triggered a warning about potential students who miss out on university places this week.
Richard Dawkins is under pressure over his commitment to teach in a new private university that has been branded as elitist by equality campaigners.
A report from a government-funded body has warned of the dangers of the coalition's policy of encouraging ‘for-profit’ providers in the higher education sector.
The Student Christian Movement is appalled by suggestions that elite universities should be allowed to sell off super-expensive places to wealthy students.
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.
Pupils from fee-paying schools are 55 times more likely to gain a place at Oxford or Cambridge than those who qualified for free school meals.
Radical Christian pacifists have declared their support for students who occupied Conservative Party offices in Millbank during a protest against fees.