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Think-tank calls for tuition fees cap to be abolished

The Badger - December 8, 2008

The free market think-tank Reform has recommended that the £3,145 cap on tuition fees be scrapped.  Reform’s report, The Mobile Economy, advises removing both the tuition fees…

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Inequalities in student bursary schemes

The Badger - December 1, 2008

For poorer students hoping to go to university, as well being entitled to government grants they can usually take advantage of bursaries. These grants, awarded by individual…

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Oxford rugby team planned ‘bring a fit Jew’ party

The Badger - December 1, 2008

The Oxford University under 21s rugby team recently caused widespread offence when they planned to hold a social with a ‘bring a fit Jew’ theme. (more…)

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Student Unions express dismay over NUS Extraordinary Conference

The Badger - November 3, 2008

[caption id="attachment_1455" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="NUS President Wes Streeting (Photo: wes4pres.co.uk)"][/caption] The leadership of the NUS, backed by the majority of the NEC (National Executive Committee) is aiming…

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NUS supports ‘No’ vote in free education referendum

The Badger - October 20, 2008

Students of Bangor University have been shocked to find the leadership of the NUS campaigning for a “no” vote in their upcoming referendum on whether to support…