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Loughborough Students Failed by LSU on Fight for Free Education

Going on your first demo can be a daunting experience. It requires people to care enough and have the courage to stand up. It also requires resources in terms of money and time which can hamper involvement from people living far away from the protest route. 886 more words


‘Thousands’ of students expected to protest for free education in London

Activist group says a surge in support for Jeremy Corbyn could bring more students out to this year’s demonstration.

A demonstration calling for free education through the streets of London is expected to attract thousands of students in the capital next month, an activist group has confirmed. 442 more words


UCL Left plans day of action to disrupt open days

12 left-leaning political groups have come together to threaten UCL with a day of action: a day that may live on embarrassingly in the memory of the college, the press, and prospective students. 436 more words


London Pride 2015: a snapshot of struggles past, present and to come

The Pride march in London was a snapshot of the strides LGBT politics have made over the years, writes Colin Wilson. And despite the huge corporate presence, it showed signs of a growing left. 673 more words


Protesters storm Parliament Square

Protesters hold their before police guarding Number 10

What will our new Tory government do for students? A rise in student fees, more cuts to further education and harsh reforms to the student visa system, according to… 48 more words


Students demonstrate against cuts

Students from across Britain attended a demonstration called by the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts today (Saturday 28th). The national demonstration took place after recent weeks saw occupations and demonstrations… 1,005 more words

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Vice-Chancellor Pay Day Action - 13th January 2015

Media round up: The Birmingham Post, Times Higher Education

Students at the University of Birmingham took action today to highlight the large discrepancy in pay between the institution’s senior management and lowest paid staff. 401 more words