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HE reaction Thursday, 2 October, 2003, 09:10 GMT 10:10 UK


The government has published its long-awaited strategy for higher education.

This section sets out reactions to what ministers are intending to do.

Use the links on the right to read more about the proposals and how they might affect different people and institutions.
Lord Dearing Dearing warning on fees 'cartel'
The man who proposed student tuition fees in the UK warns that universities might fix prices together.
University chiefs ponder fees dilemma
University vice-chancellors are mulling over charging students higher fees - but don't want an Access Regulator telling them what they can do.
Students demonstrated against top-up fees in December Anger over higher fees
Students and lecturers have attacked plans to allow universities to raise tuition fees, saying they will lead to an elitist, two-tier system.
The fees revolt that won't die
Tony Blair's hopes of averting a serious revolt over student finances appears to have backfired.
Roy Hattersley Head to head: top-up fees
Former Labour deputy leader Roy Hattersley and university director Anthony Giddens disagree on university top-up fees.
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