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Trebling tuition fees to £9,000 saves the taxpayer just 5%, according to research. Analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies calculates that for every £1 loaned to students to cover fees and living costs, 43p will not be recouped. The report also warns of a “highly uncertain” future for higher education funding. ...
Paul Johnson said raising tuition fees had not resulted in savings for the public purse. “Well, what it’s done is add a great deal of uncertainty to the public fi...
Institute for Fiscal Studies press release Government reforms to HE finance currently estimated to save little but long-run impact on public finances is hugely un...
Labour party Liam Byrne MP, Shadow Minister for Universities, Science and Skills, commenting on the IFS's report on the Government's student finance system, said:...
Foster MP visits word class facilities at local university Bath MP, Don Foster, visited Bath Spa University on Tuesday 15 April to see the latest £70m development a...
SNP press release Warnings from Professor Anton Muscatelli that Westminster’s approach to immigration is harming Scotland’s economy shows why Westminster cannot ...
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