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Tuition fees would drop to 6,000 under Labour

Fri 27th Feb 15, 17:05:3

Ed Miliband has confirmed that if elected, Labour will cut tuition fees in England to 6,000 from autumn 2006.

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Market Tech snaps up three more Camden Market properties

Camden Market owner Market Tech has announced three property deals in the north London borough with large frontages along the Regents Canal. 10 hours ago

Former Sainsbury boss joins chicken processing firm

Former J Sainsbury boss Justin King has joined processing firm 2 Sisters as an adviser. 10 hours ago

London close: Stocks inch lower as US data and comes in mixed

Despite setting a new intraday record just before the close, the FTSE 100 finished just a few points lower on Friday as investors took profits after a batch of mixed economic data from the States. 9 hours ago

Europe close: Stocks gain on Greek bailout extension approval, unexpected rise in German inflation

European stocks gained after Germany approved Greece's bailout extension and after a report showed German inflation rose expectedly in February. 10 hours ago

Premier African Minerals hires mining funding veteran

The hiring of mining veteran Michael Foster by AIM-listed Premier African Minerals has been hailed by analysts at Shore Capital. 9 hours ago

FTSE 250 movers: Rightmove up on strong annual results, IMI struggles with demand and currency

Rightmove was top of the risers as Cannacord Genuity upgraded its rating on the stock from 'hold' to 'buy' on better-than-expected annual results. The broker also hiked its target price for the shares from 2,600p to 3,034p and said it still sees 13% potential upside to this new forecast. 11 hours ago

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