Britain’s student immigration policy is really, really stupid.
A good reason for London students to carpool (sponsored post)
Several thousand students march through London to protest education changes.
The London School of Economics board has rejected tuition fees at £9k, potentially making an LSE degree the cheapest in town.
Imperial College is the first university in England to confirm they are charging the full £9,000 a year tuition fees.
After a largely peaceful afternoon of demonstration, today’s student protests have become more confrontational. The most serious flashpoint came as protesters exiting Parliament Square towards Victoria Street found themselves corralled in by police lines. The mood turned particularly ugly after a group of around ten …
Update on the latest student protests, sit-ins and teach-ins from around town.
Further student protests and sit-ins are expected in the coming days as Thursday’s vote on higher education funding approaches. Here’s what to expect…
Students gather in Trafalgar Square in a third day of demonstration against tuition fees.
As students take to the streets for a third protest march, we talk to some of those still occupying buildings after the last demonstration.
The latest in our hand-drawn map series combines news with cartography, as reader Paul Williams maps the student kettling in Westminster.