Free education

March 17, 2000

Oxford students have been in the forefront of opposition to tuition fees in the past couple of years. It will be interesting to see whether they will have support from one student who begins a two-year theology degree at Wycliffe Hall in September. Live-in college and university fees at Wycliffe are more than Pounds 7,000 per year. As a bankrupt ex-con, Jonathan Aitken may sympathise with the "can't pay, won't pay" line.

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