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Uni is about to get even more expensive as government agree to hike tuition fees

Going to university is about to get a whole lot harder if you’re not from a wealthy background.

The Government has officially given the green light to a number of English universities who’ve announced plans to charge more than the current £9,000 tuition fee limit. 434 more words

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Too many remainers in the british government,Theresa May, Amber Rudd and Nicola Sturgeon must not delay Brexit, particularly now that there are terror threats.

David Davis, Boris Johnson and Liam Fox are in charge of the Brexit and the relationship between Britain and the outer world, nonetheless the last assertion by May that she won’t trigger Article 50 without the consent of Nicola Sturgeon doesn’t sound good. 382 more words

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Jobs George Osborne might qualify for after being sacked by Theresa May

Don’t worry we think he’ll be ok (Picture: Getty)If you’re anything like us you’ve probably had a sleepless night worrying about George Osborne. Theresa May’s Cabinet: Who’s in and who’s out? 29 more words

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Jobs George Osborne might qualify for after being sacked by Theresa May

Don’t worry we think he’ll be ok (Picture: Getty)If you’re anything like us you’ve probably had a sleepless night worrying about George Osborne. Theresa May’s Cabinet: Who’s in and who’s out? 29 more words

Theresa May wields axe as new cabinet sees Gove go and women in top roles

If Theresa May’s maiden speech felt like it might signal the dawn of a new era for Conservative politics, her cabinet certainly indicates that she wants to make a fresh start. 933 more words

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Jobs George Osborne might qualify for after being sacked by Theresa May

If you’re anything like us you’ve probably had a sleepless night worrying about George Osborne.

After losing his job as chancellor, the politician is set for a life on the backbenches and after 2020 who knows. 389 more words

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The UK now has a Brexit minister, and Boris Johnson has been named foreign secretary

Theresa May became the UK’s prime minister today (July 13) and she immediately got to work. Among her first duties? Creating a cabinet-level position to oversee the country’s exit from the European Union. 205 more words