Scots debate fee rise

April 8, 2005

The Scottish Executive rejected accusations of discrimination as it began consulting this week on proposals to increase fees for all non-Scottish UK students by £500-£700. The proposals aim to prevent an influx of "fee refugees" avoiding top-up fees south of the border, who could then reduce the number of places available for Scots. The Executive expects to decide on future fee levels by June.

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