Payback looms for first £9,000 tuition fee students

Callum Cant was a 16-year-old schoolboy when students took to the streets in 2010 in the biggest protest for a generation. He watched on television as up to 50,000 marched through the centre of London against the trebling of tuition fees to £9,000 a year; he saw the police kettle in Parliament Square and the ambush of Conservative party offices at Millbank and he was strangely moved by what he saw. “These people were fighting for a future that was not theirs. They were fighting for my future.” Read More