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(It’s) Hard Labour?

20 Sep 2013 – Andy Westwood

Labour’s 2015 position on higher education policy – of all the three main political parties – is still probably the hardest to predict. But this is not necessarily because of the affordability of a £6k or even a £5k fee …

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Whither (or wither) the Lib Dems?

12 Sep 2013 – Andy Westwood

The Liberal Democrats kick off the party conference season in Glasgow next week. Will they develop a firm (and different?) position on higher education as the 2015 General Election approaches? Even after a policy review headed up by Baroness Brinton …

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Marathon Man

13 Mar 2013 – Andy Westwood

Many of you may know that I’ve decided to run the London Marathon this year. I’m running for Scope – inspired partly by last year’s Paralympics and partly by the support they give to disabled people every day. Many of …

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