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'New market' in education

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The government is considering plans to allow students in England to go to university without paying tuition fees, if they decide not to take up government financial support. Wes Streeting, the president of the National Union of Students and Maggie Scott, assistant chief executive and policy director at the Association of Colleges, discuss whether the plan will appeal to students.

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