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Labour MPs repeatedly raised tuition fees in PMQs
PMQs: No escape from tuition fees for Clegg

By Alex Stevenson Labour backbenchers followed Harriet Harman in taking the tuition fees fight to Nick Clegg in this week’s prime minister’s questions. The Liberal Democrat leader was repeatedly confronted with his decision to break a pre-election promise that students’ fees would not rise. Ms Harman, Labour’s deputy leader, received a huge laugh when she… Read more »

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Tuition fees protest turns violent in Millbank
Tuition fees protest turns violent

By Alex Stevenson, Ian Dunt and Peter Wozniak Dozens of tuition fee protestors managed to occupy the building containing the Conservative party’s headquarters and destroy its lobby today in a day if violence in central London. Most of the front façade of Millbank Tower has now been destroyed. Police forced the remaining demonstrators away onto… Read more »