The evidence is mounting that the argument for £9,000 tuition fees has failed – both morally and economically, argues James Bloodworth.
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360,000 more women are overdue cervical cancer screening compared to three years ago, as women struggle to book check-ups at their local GP surgery at convenient times.
People want a greater say when it comes to public services, according to most polling. Here’s how Ed Miliband can start to give it to them.
The government is jeopardising the future of higher education as a successful export due to its backward-looking approach to international students, writes Chuka Umunna.
The Welsh first minister has claimed that David Cameron “doesn’t care two hoots about the NHS in Wales”.
University bosses saw their salaries jump by an average of 5.5 per cent between 2011-12 and 2012-13, according to a new study published today.
While many other countries, including the emerging economies, recognise the value of investing more in public education, the UK is in danger of falling behind.