Oxford: for the few, not the many!

Oxford: for the few, not the many!

Oxford City Council has a planning policy that its two universities must ensure that fewer than a certain number (3,000 I think in both cases) of their students should be living in "family housing" in the city. The upshot of this for someone like Oxford Brookes in particular, with a lot less land and university…

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Fees vote leaves students, universities and politicians deep in the Browne stuff

I suppose the only person wringing rubbing their hands with glee over tomorrow's vote is likely to be Lord Mandelson who commissioned the Browne report to avoid Labour having to make a decision on Higher Education funding before a General Election (and they still haven't got a policy so far as I can tell), but this tuition…

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