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Tugendhat joins the Tory leadership race as more rivals expected to run

The Tory leadership contest is likely to heat up with more contenders expected to join Tom Tugendhat and James Cleverly in the race. Shadow security minister Mr Tugendhat launched his campaign by indicating he would be prepared to leave the European Convention on Human Rights if it was necessary to secure the UK’s borders. The […]

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University tuition fees in England should be cut to 6000 a year report

University tuition fees in England should be reduced to £6,000 a year to make post-18 education “more equitable” for students, a think tank has said. The Government should remove the “distortions and biases” in the funding and oversight of post-18 education that favour full-time degrees over other routes, according to an EDSK report. It comes

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Foreign Secretary to press commitment to free trade deal on first trip to India

David Lammy will push to reset the UK-India partnership on his first trip to the country as Foreign Secretary. He will travel to New Delhi on Wednesday, where he tell his Indian counterpart, minister of external affairs Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, that he wants to “drive forward greater growth” for both countries and reinforce the UK’s commitment

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