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Is it fair to charge £9,250 for university tuition fees?

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Jack Britton gave a public talk on the topic of "Is it fair to charge £9,250 for university tuition fees?" at the University of Manchester on 13/03/19 to an audience of over 200 people. You can download the slides for his presentation here.  

You can watch the full talk and Q&A session below:

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