Students protest for free education

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Students protest for free education
19th November 2014

Students last marched through central London demanding the scrapping of student fees four years ago, in 2010. 

They're doing it again today and many have arrived from around the country to send the message to politicians that student fees aren’t, in their opinion, the way to fund higher education. 

None of the three major parties currently have policies to scrap fees. UKIP do, however, for students studying maths and sciences who stay in the UK working for five years after their degree is done.  

 

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