What will Labour do with student fees?

Undergraduate fees aren't the most important issue, and Labour hasn't yet offered much for part timers and postgraduates

By Emran Mian  

Changes to undergraduate fees caused huge controversy, but they aren't the most important issue. © Toby Ord

Speculation is mounting once more about Labour’s policy on higher education funding. This has happened two or three times over the last year. Labour may promise to reduce the cap on fees from £9,000 per year to £6,000; make an all-out move from fees to a graduate tax; or the Shadow Treasury team may say that…

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