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David Davis to the rescue

The former Brexit secretary has told a higher education forum that a cut in tuition fees is unlikely to get through parliament, but that variable fees might.

It must have felt like something of a coup in the offices of the Westminster Higher Education Forum organisers when Philip Augar agreed to address their event on post-18 funding, which took place in London yesterday.

Augar would not have agreed to commit to such an event if the Department for Education had not given its approval.

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