‘We’ll do whatever we have to do’ - students’ unions promise to protest until accommodation hikes are reversed

STUDENTS’ UNIONS promised to protest until student accommodation hikes are reversed by universities.

22.2.2020

‘We’ll do whatever we have to do’ - students’ unions promise to protest until accommodation hikes are reversed

STUDENTS’ UNIONS promised to protest until student accommodation hikes are reversed by universities.



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