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Universities 'perpetuate privilege'

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How has society's notion of what public good is served by higher education been changed by the vote this week on tuition fees?

Professor of English at the University of Cambridge Stefan Collini and journalist Peter Wilby discuss whether the government has delivered a value judgement as many arts and social science undergraduates will now effectively bear the entire cost of their degrees.



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