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Will tuition fees be cut?

Will tuition fees be cut?

Tuition fees in England's universities could be cut to £6,500 - but with much higher fees, up to £13,500, proposed for some subjects that could lead to higher earnings, such as medicine or science.

That's an idea that seems to be under serious consideration by the prime minister's review of post-18 education, headed by Philip Augar.

Or more to the point, that's what universities are privately fearing is heading in their direction.

Before arts students start celebrating a cut in their fees, it isn't a conclusive decision - that won't be known until the review reports back next year - so this remains the territory of leaks, speculation and self-interested kite-flying.

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