Commons is expected in January.
Members questioned the prime minister mainly about university tuition fees. Prime Minister Blair proposed a raise in the cap on tuition to help financially-strapped British universities. Over one hundred and fifty Labour members have signed a motion opposed to the change. The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats are also against it. A vote in the
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Debate on Student's Tuition Fees
Members of the House of Commons debated increases in university tuition fees.
Prime Minister David Cameron answered questions from members of his party and the opposition. Topics included the…
British Prime Minister Tony Blair took questions from members of his party and the opposition on his pledge to increase spending in…
British television news coverage of protests over government plans to raise university tuition fees was shown.