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Edition No. 99

Date:- 17 May 2003

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Conservatives Pledge to Abolish University Tuition Fees
Stuff Tuition Fees!

PARLIAMENTARY Spokesman Mark Bigley announced this week that Conservatives would abolish university tuition fees – described as a ‘tax on learning’. 

Students and families across Southport would stand to gain up to £3,000 per year if the policy were to cross the bridge of the white paper stage. 

Across the Sefton area there are already 6,326 full-time students aged 18 or and a further 6,424 students aged 16-17 would receive better advise and assistance by gaining from such a policy - Many of these students are from Southport.

In his parliamentary statement, Bigley said, “Labour’s university tuition fees are a tax on learning. They have let down hard-working families across Southport, leaving young people with huge debts when they start work. Labour’s interference in admissions has universities tied up in red tape."

"We need a fair deal for students and universities. We want every student to be able to aspire to the top universities, every university to offer places purely on merit, and every student to be studying something worthwhile.” 

“Our policy is fairer than the Liberal Democrat alternative – in Scotland, they still charge tuition fees to students after they graduate. Worse, Liberal Democrats would force the poorest students in Southport to live at home and would not guarantee university students a full three-year course. Under Conservatives, the university sector will be smaller, better focused, and open to all who deserve to be there.”

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SOUTHPORT WEEKENDER, first part.

NORTH WEST FILM TALENT SET TO MAKE A SPLASH AT CANNES

Business Boost For Knowsley

Thespians help Special Care Baby Unit 

MARKED ACHIEVEMENTS FOR LIVERPOOL PUPILS

NON-STOP JAZZ AT FESTIVAL CLUB PARTY
THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES NATIONAL TOUR SPRING 2003 7
Salt advice to parents will be hard to achieve.
LIVERPOOL SUMMER POPS 
NWDA backs Olympic Bid
SBC Film Showing Times.
MUSIC REVIEW:- THE MUTTS Hostage (Majesty of Rock Records)
LOYAL ORANGE MONDAY 26th MAY, SOUTHPORT 2003
99 Heyworth Street
Up and AWAY on a Fantastic Weekend!
CRUNCH TIME FOR LIVERPOOL’S CULTURE BID

LIVERPOOL SUMMER POPS

TAKING STEPS TO A HEALTHIER LIFE
LOYAL ORANGE MONDAY 26th MAY, SOUTHPORT 2003
MILLION POUND ARTS BOOST FOR LIVERPOOL
HEN NIGHT........   :-) 
PUPILS PUT ST GEORGE’S DRAGON IN THE PICTURE
BOTTOM TO TOUR UK IN AUTUMN 2003
BENEFIT CHEATS COURT TROUBLE
CLOUD PLAY
MUSIC REVIEW:- THE MUTTS Hostage (Majesty of Rock Records)
PIER PLEASURE AT DAILY OPENING
TREADING THE BOARDS AT PIER EVENT
Are you ready for the Sefton Healthstart Festival?

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