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No graduation, no visa

The University of Cambridge is concerned that the marking boycott could scupper visa applications

Readers will know that there are many recurring issues towards which Playbook regularly turns its eye. Down the years, we have been at the forefront of reporting on pension disputes, pay rows, regulatory burden, free speech quarrels, Prevent legislation, non-disclosure agreements, ministerial appointments, student loan payments, ministerial resignations, ministerial reappointments, ministerial re-resignations and so on.

It is joyous, therefore, that today we can wrap two of our regular topics—international student recruitment and industrial action—into one neat little package.

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