Students whose parents did not go to uni should have first year of tuition fees waived, experts say

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STUDENTS whose parents did not go to university should have the first year of their fees waived, experts say. The Higher Education Policy Institute, which is behind the idea, wants universities to help more in reuniting the divided country after Brexit. It also wants hundreds of millions of pounds of research funding to be redirected […]
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