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Allegations of anti-Semitism within the Labour Party continue to roll on. The party's leader Jeremy Corbyn met members of Jewish bodies on Tuesday, but they said the talks were a "disappointing, missed opportunity". Click here to read the full article on BBC Newsbeat.
This article was in response to the pre-election pledge made by Labour to cut tuition fees by £3000. I argued that although university would become cheaper, the money should have been spent on student grants rather than going straight into university coffers. The piece was originally posted on 8 March 2015 on the Impact website, the … Continue reading Why Labour’s Promised Fee Cut Is Not As Good For Students As It Sounds