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£7,500 tuition fees plan faces Brexit delay
The review of university tuition fees in England has been caught in a Brexit gridlock — and might be delayed until May or later, according to sources.
UK's Labour pledges cap on overdraft fees and interest payments
UK's Labour said it would cap the total amount anyone could pay in bank overdraft fees or interest repayments.
University students failed by rip-off fees
Students taking out huge loans to pay for higher education are being failed by universities in England, with only one in three saying they receive value for money according to a stinging new report by the government’s spending watchdog.
Should parents have to pay fees for a state school education?
Back in September, Nic Fearon-Low received a letter from the head of his daughter’s school, Coombe Hill juniors in Kingston upon Thames, southwest London, suggesting a voluntary parental contribution of £60 a year for school funds.
Childcare fees for under-threes 'may rise'
The cost of sending one and two-year-olds to nursery in Britain may have to increase substantially when free childcare for older children doubles, charities warn.
Nurseries afraid to put up fees
In Britain, nurseries have resisted fee hikes for the first time in eight years, amid fears they will price parents out of the market, a report claims.

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