Tuition Fee Cuts "Don't Address The Real Issue": Wes Streeting
3 November 2018, 12:02 | Updated: 3 November 2018, 12:17
Plans to cut university tuition fees to £6,500 don't address 'the real issues', says former NUS President.
Wes Streeting, Labour MP and former NUS President, warns that a cut to university tuition fees would not address the real issue.
Tuition fees were tripled to £9,000 in September 2012, and increased to £9,250 in 2016.
Speaking to Matt Frei, Mr Streeting said he would rather the government be "helping students rather than high earning graduates."