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Working class students 'not getting the grades'

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The Government is imposing a regime on English universities which will deny them the right to charge tuition fees if they fail to admit sufficient numbers of students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Dr Wendy Piatt, director general of the Russell Group, discusses how the UK's top institutions will react.


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