Video: Election Hustings for Higher Education 2015

Watch the only pre-election debate on higher education, featuring key representatives from the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties

February 26, 2015

Brought to you by Times Higher Education, the Higher Education Policy Institute, the Open University and Universities UK, the 2015 hustings took place in front of a live audience in Westminster on 2 March 2015, featuring a panel including:

  • Liam Byrne, Labour shadow minister for universities, science and skills
  • Julian Huppert, the Lib Dem science spokesman
  • Greg Clark, minister for universities, science and cities

It was chaired by Baroness Lane-Fox of Soho, chancellor of the OU.

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