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Thursday, 25 November 2010

Student Protests

Thousands of students protested yesterday in the second day of action against education cuts and increases in tuition fees.

14 comments:

A Daft Scots Lass said...

glad you ye got a bit of the action.

B SQUARED said...

And the solution is...?

nonchan said...
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nonchan said...

I watched the news on tv. We are interested in the action.

Luis Gomez said...

Thank you Mo.

Babzy said...

they are right !!

Sharon said...

Now here is a march I might have walked in myself. Just a few days ago I was arguing the same thing with someone with quite the opposite opinion.

H said...

It seems so unfair - elder son started uni this Sept; tuition fees just over 3000/yr. Younger son due to start in 2012. Tuition fees potentially triple that! (AND he won't get EMA next year because it's being scrapped!)

Ryan said...

Let's hope they don't try and kill anyone by throwing another fire extinguisher.

cv said...

This issue is same in many countries. Hope the Government looks after this..as education is the prime factor for an individual!thanks for sharing this info!

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Anna said...

Love the banner -- education most definitely should be a right not just a privilege. Yet, so many times it is the first thing to be cut back.

William K Wallace said...

I did think about climbing on top of the van that the police conveniently left on Whitehall to show my support for the students, but alas there wasn't a ladder to get me up there!

Emm said...

Nice shot Mo! I quite support the students in this action. We love to mock them and make a joke of it but the fact of the matter is that the poorest and most vulnerable communities in England are going to suffer because of this.

It reminds me of the student protests in South Africa in the early 90s.

Anonymous said...

stesso scenario qui in italia.ciao elisabetta

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