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VM32 - Tuition Fees Vote Watch

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    As many are of the opinion, Aye
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    M32 - Tuition Fees Vote, Rt Hon. Thunder and JazzThis House condemns the manner in which the RL vote regarding tuition fees on 09/12/10 has been hurriedly pushed through Parliament.


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    Interesting divisions. Most RL MPs agree with those saying Aye but we have our own brains
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    I kept up on the debate but wasn't particularly swayed either way thus I've no choice but to abstain...
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    I wonder just how much more difference more time to debate would have had. It doesn't automatically mean the students would have been listened to during their objections. I am going to have to give this some thought.
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    No, as I explained in the first reading, the Browne report and the subsequent was debate enough for the tuition fee rises.
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    Disappointed with abstaining RL Lib Dems. While I'm at it, pretty disappointed with RL Lib Dems.
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    The aye's have it, the aye's have it!!
 
 
 
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