The government and the House of Representatives heralded a new era of greater access to university education with the passage on Friday of the bill on higher education, but students across the country greeted the new legislation with protests.
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Oxford University will use a record donation to abolish the tuition fee increase for its poorest students - keeping fees at £3,500 per year.