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Labour looks at the legal options in the row over fees, as the government attempts to front it out.

Yesterday was the day after the night before.

On 13 September Labour won a vote in the House of Commons seeking to revoke the inflationary rise in English tuition fees for 2017-18. In fact, the government threw in the towel, in acknowledgement that it was bound to lose given that the Democratic Unionist Party had decided to support the Labour motion.

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