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The shadow universities minister argues that Labour's approach to higher education policy is long-term—unlike the government's

As we approach our party conference with a general election looming, the differences between Labour and the government over higher education policy are stark.

We are focused on the challenges that are quickly coming our way—whether through the changing world of work, automation, Brexit or competition from across the world. Through our National Education Service (NES) and Lifelong Learning Commission we are determined to produce a system fit for the 21st Century.

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