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Another blow to social mobility as up to £200m in funding cuts for poor students loom

Money set aside to encourage students from poor backgrounds to apply to university is under threat, a university think-tank has warned.

Student politics in 2014 needs to capture the spirit of Paris in 1968

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Conservative modernisers have urged David Cameron to tone down his harsh language on immigration and welfare because they believe it is alienating voters.

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British space-weather centre will give advance protection from solar super-storms

Britain will next year have its own space-weather centre for predicting the arrival of solar “super-storms” that can trigger electricity blackouts across whole cities and knock out GPS satellites, the Government will announce today.

Today's student loan sell-off is just the tip of the iceberg

The Government is "considering" more sales - which would be a disaster

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Deeply flawed research into cancer wonder drug accepted by science journals 'despite obvious errors'

Investigation reveals 300 online journals have agreed to publish the flawed research

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White working-class British boys are in danger of becoming an “educational under-class”, the head of an influential think-tank said today.

Students such as these three girls, who each achieved four A* passes at A-level, are being targeted with incentives by university admissions departments

Universities flash the cash in clearing war

First it was iPads and laptops. Now students are offered fee rebates as recruitment battle hots up

The chief executive of the AQA exam board said he felt the B grade at A-level was assuming far greater importance

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'There is quite a lot of value in obtaining other grades'

Boys will be boys: Gender divide is growing fast at A-levels

Girls shy away from maths and science and fewer boys opt for English and creative subjects

Something for the 'slackers' to focus on: A 2:1 degree is worth around £80k more to you than a 2:2

Study raises questions about financial sense of students going to university if they are not prepared to put the hours

The Universities minister, David Willetts, said the move would focus attention on teaching quality

Profit-making university is just the start, minister says

Lecturers' leaders claim the record of profit making institutions in the United States show they cost students and taxpayers dearly

The UK Space Agency, based in Swindon, aims to capture 10 per cent of the space industry

From Swindon to the Solar System: UK Space Agency aims to capture 10 per cent of the industry

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Government to spend £60m on revolutionary Sabre rocket engine that will be used on spaceplane Skylon

Skylon will be capable of reaching Earth's stratosphere in just 15 minutes

Students given role in university reforms?

Students are to be given a role in holding universities to account, it has been announced.

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