Latest on NI tuition fees vote

Student news website The Rundown has an update on the continung fallout from the Commons vote to impose tuition fees on Northern Ireland:

A leading rebel over top-up fees, Labour MP for Selby, John Grogan, has written to the NUS to express concerns he has about the way in which MPs voted to introduce variable fees in Northern Ireland. Mr Grogan, described by the NUS as "a long standing supporter of the student movement and a key figure in the top-up fees furore", is understood to have informed NUS President Kat Fletcher that he and a number of rebels who were against variable fees voted for their introduction by mistake due to confusion over what was being voted on.







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