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Rising tuition fees and student debt.

I can remember when the Labour government introduced tuition fees making the announcement just before the end of the summer term in 1997 to be applied to students taking A Levels and going to university in 1998. 505 more words

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Churchill by Roy Jenkins

  The Second World War is primarily what Sir Winston Spencer Churchill is remembered for: so it says something about the scale of his life and achievements beforehand that we don’t get to September 3, 1939 until page 551 in Roy Jenkins’ brilliant, scrupulous biography. 330 more words

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By Ashling O’Malley

Today it has been confirmed that if  the Labour Party win the election in May, they will drop the maximum tuition fees of £9000 to £6000. 121 more words


Leeds Labour Budget 2015 - With Labour Leeds is a City of which its people can be proud

Leeds people have always taken great pride in their city – and rightly so.
Labour is giving them even more to be proud of.

With Labour Leeds is becoming a landmark city… 491 more words

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Standing Up for Working People and Public Services

Nancy Platts, PPC for Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven, reports on her General Election campaign.

BRIGHTON KEMPTOWN AND PEACEHAVEN is one of the three constituencies in the Brighton and Hove area. 923 more words

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Sadiq Khan Spoke at Event Hosted By Jihadi John Group

It is all kicking off at a press conference hosted by CAGE, the “independent advocacy organisation”, this afternoon. CAGE has admitted to mentoring… 128 more words

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Keith Vaz's "Sensible" Immigration Prediction

Keith Vaz, 1 January 2014, when EU migration restrictions for Romanians and Bulgarians were lifted:

“This is an issue that does need to be put to the British people, so we don’t get this kind of drama and people rushing around thinking hundreds of thousands of people are going to arrive at Luton… We do need to look at this sensibly”

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