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The last four student protests have seen bad-tempered exchanges between demonstrators and the police
New student protest set for January

By politics.co.uk staff Central London will be the scene of more student protests next month, as organisers plan another demonstration against tuition fees. The next demonstration will take place on January 29th, according to plans from the Education Activist Network and the National Campaign Against Cuts and Fees – the two groups which have taken… Read more »

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Police fight demonstrators on Whitehall as MPs vote on tuition fees
Met chief mulls protest ban

By Ian Dunt Future student protests could be banned, under plans being considered by police in the wake of violent demonstrations in central London. Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson said he refused to rule out banning future marches yesterday. “It is one of the tactics we will look at and something we will keep… Read more »