Talking Tuition Fees at Henley-on-Thames

Instead of being back in the constituency I had to go to Henley for a pre-General Election parliamentary party meeting. We’ve been discussing the manifesto, which is due to be finalised in the next few weeks.

There has been a lot of discussion about whether our commitment to end tuition fees would make its way into the manifesto. I have been determined that it would, and I am very confident that at the next election we will once again be the only major party to commit to ending tuition fees, while Labour and the Tories are planning to increase them.

Just last month I met with NUS and pledged to vote against any increases in tuition fees - I actually think they should be scrapped altogether

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