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Durham University students vote to keep college's 'sexist' Senior Man title for women

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UEA to sell tampons at cost in protest at VAT on sanitary products

Government classifies sanitation as luxury, non-essential items

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The Old College quad at Edinburgh University

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A police officer clashes with protesters outside the Conservative Campaign Headquarters

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Students gather outside the University of London Union building ahead of the fees protest march

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National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts hopes thousands will turn out in November

Pupils educated at private schools like Eton (pictured) go on to earn 17 per cent more than those from state schools

Privately educated graduates earn more - even with the same qualifications and job

Study shows benefits of a privileged upbringing extend well beyond academic achievement

The boycott will mean members of the University and College Union will refuse to set coursework, or give formal marks for essays or feedback on students’ work. The action will also mean that exams go unmarked.

University lecturers plan marking strike over pension changes that 'could cost thousands'

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NUS motion to condemn Isis fails amidst claims of islamophobia

National Union of Students split by "identity politics" furore

University College London suffered an email breach last night with more than 2,000 emails sent to all students in an episode dubbed #bellogate
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