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Tuition cap 'will leave £10bn hole'
Douglas Alexander said Labour is fighting for a majority

Tuition cap 'will leave £10bn hole'

Labour will inflict "colossal" damage on England's universities if it pushes ahead with plans to reduce the cap on tuition fees, academics have warned.

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Obama condemns 'heinous' beheading

Obama condemns 'heinous' beheading

US president Barack Obama has led worldwide condemnation of the killing of a Japanese journalist by Islamic State (IS) militants, calling it a "heinous murder".

Sport news

Consistency key for Wenger

Consistency key for Wenger

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger feels his side must focus on maintaining their consistency before turning attentions to a late challenge for the Barclays Premier League after dismantling goal-shy Aston Villa 5-0 at the Emirates Stadium.

Business news

Retailers 'plan online sales rise'

Retailers 'plan online sales rise'

Most small to medium retailers who trade online are aiming to increase international sales this year, according to a new report.

Technology news

Chindits 'must be added to forces'

Chindits 'must be added to forces'

A new Army unit which will use psychology and social media to help Britain "fight in the information age" should not be created at the expense of combat troops, a former commander of British forces in Afghanistan has said.

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