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Law undergraduate at Bristol University. Law, politics, music, debating, friends and Jesus occupy most of my time ;)
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Union urges more financial support for students at university instead of fee waivers, which only apply when they start work

PPI exposé: how the banks drove staff to mis-sell the insurance

A former NatWest employee describes how branch staff were pushed into selling unsuitable payment protection insurance

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Tony Blair says his authority is intact despite his first Commons defeat in a vote on detention of terror suspects.

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A Tory MP has apologised for “inappropriate behaviour” after taking part in a Nazi-themed party at a French ski resort.

Pay children to attend top private schools, Government told - Telegraph

Dozens of top private schools are calling on the Government to provide state subsidies to allow bright pupils to be admitted irrespective

Mis-sold PPI? Delete those texts and claim yourself - Telegraph

The claims management industry has grown dramatically over the past five years, but that doesn’t mean we have to use one of these companies

400 primary schools to become academies, says prime minister

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David Cameron says Britain will get vote on leaving EU, but not yet

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David Cameron faces the biggest rebellion of his premiership next week as dozens of Conservative MPs are expected to defy the Government