May's U-turn on tution fees

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  • Theresa May is to announce that tuition fees in England will be frozen at £9,250 a year and a scheme to help people buy new homes will be extended.


    The PM said the fee repayment threshold would also rise, so graduates will only start paying back loans once they earn £25,000, rather than £21,000.

    Is this is genuine move to help students or a move to keep her job?


    After saying previously that she would never do this, May will announce a cap on tuition fees and a extension of the Help to Buy scheme for new homes.


    Seems to me she's trying to attract some of those younger voters who like Corbyn.

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