Theresa May’s university review will not scrap fees

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The prime minister has called for better value for students in England, but has ruled out completely scrapping tuition fees.

Theresa May has launched her review of tuition fees and university funding, to be chaired by the author and financier, Philip Augar.

Labour has said it would abolish fees and bring back maintenance grants.

But Mrs May said scrapping fees would push up taxes and mean limiting the number of university places.

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