BBC News - UK Politics 19 February 2018

Tuition fees: Theresa May challenges over-priced universities

The prime minister launches a review amid "serious concerns" about university costs in England.

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Carillion investors were 'fleeing for the hills'

"Those who looked closest ran fastest," says a report by MPs into the collapsed construction giant.

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What not to expect from Philip Hammond Spring statement

There won't be a red box nor any tax nor spending changes in the chancellor's March economic update.

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Call to bring forward vote on cutting Commons to 600 MPs

MPs say a decision needs to be taken soon to ensure new boundaries are to be in place by 2022.

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Reality Check

Would cutting university tuition fees without changing anything else make the system less progressive?

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'University fees need to come down,' says Lord Adonis

Lord Adonis, the architect of tuition fees, says the government now needs to cut them for all courses.

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Renew party launch as academics form Briefings for Brexit

New groups are being set up arguing the pros and cons of Brexit, suggesting some think the decision has not yet been settled for good.

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