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Campaigners set out proposals for a better deal for low-income taxpayers
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Clegg faces battle on two fronts today
Tuition fees: Clegg faces the music

By Ian Dunt Nick Clegg battled tuition fees opponents on two fronts today, as he faced a hostile reception in the Commons and the shouts of protestors outside parliament. As tens of thousands of student activists marched past Westminster, Mr Clegg was arriving to conduct PMQs, due to David Cameron’s trip to China. Deputy Labour… Read more »

Discontented Lib Dems told to put up or shut up
Lib Dem rebels challenged on tuition fees

By Alex Stevenson A leading Liberal Democrat has challenged potential rebels in the party to justify themselves, in a sign of deepening divisions over tuition fees in the party. Lib Dem parliamentary party chair Lorely Burt has challenged MPs opposed to the party’s tuition fees U-turn to justify their position in an interview with politics.co.uk…. Read more »