LSE study memorial

October 21, 2005

Political science students at the London School of Economics will benefit from a £1,500 prize being set up in memory of Iain Crawford, one of the architects of the Government's top-up fees policy, and his wife Louise. The prize, awarded to the student who performs best in his or her first year exams, honours Mr Crawford, a former LSE employee who died after a long illness in 2004, and Louise, also an LSE employee, who died later that year.

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