It has begun: A peaceful student protest march against education cuts bgean today at 11 at Temple Place, taking a route which avoids Millbank, and ends at Kennington at 2pm. The National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts (NCAFC) is calling for a "feeder march", according to The Huffington Post, so that the route for the demonstration goes past Parliament.
Liam Burns, the NUS President says today's protest needs to make real changes.
You can read our blogger's view of #demo2012, and what students need to fight for, here.
Also running is the #deluded2012 hashtag, for angry people tweeting about "lazy" students, and the flaws in the NUS.
@RebelRevell tweets: "Every "no cuts" sign makes me more convinced that NUS are lying bastards, more responsible for ppl not going to uni than govt"
There's was much childish tittering on Twitter last night as Susan Boyle's PR team announced the official hashtag for her new album was #susanalbumparty. Will it trend in the UK? With the Twitterati's fondness for puerile humour, it's almost a dead cert.
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