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Students Protest Against Tuition Fee Hikes


Students have been staging fresh protests against the proposed increase in tuition fees in city centres across the UK. Sky's Clifford reports from London where several thousand gathered to vent their anger.

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The police were probably glad of bad weather, but the conditions did not deter a hardy few thousand who turned out for a third day of protest. By now, the two sides had homed their strategies. And this time, the students went for one of surprise. They ignored the planned route towards Parliament, splitting up and dispersing instead into side streets, blocking traffic in some of the capital's busiest roads.

After last week, the students would determine not to be contained by the police. People with loudspeaker shouted: "Don't get cattled". And for much of the afternoon, the two sides played a game of “Cat and Mouse” around central London. Some were contained for a time outside Buckingham Palace. The Metropolitan Police‘s reverting to the controversial strategy. Student organisers insist this is not justified.

If they cattle us again today, I think that will send a very strong message to people across the country that the police in this country are willing to destroy people's right to protest and lock people down in snowing conditions in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.

There were clashes with the police and some arrests. Officers had to deploy in large numbers, especially around Parliament Square. The students are always focused on the coalition and this demo comes just days before the vote on tuition fees takes place.

Despite past trouble, many teenagers turned out -- they say with their parents' blessing: the pupils of today are the university students of tomorrow.

The right to choose your choice is determined by how much you want to learn and how much your knowledge rather than how much your parents have.

See so many young people for the same causes. It's amazing. It just shows that people of Britain aren't gonna stand for it.

We saw young people out there saying that they didn't want this happen. And we decided that we wanted to join in and make our voices heard.

And they promised to be back as did so many others pledging to keep the pressure up between now and the voting Parliament, marching, taking direct action and occupying university property.

We are not in this to lose. This is the biggest fight of our lives. This is the fight for the very definition of education as a whole.

Tonight, the most determined are still braving the elements in a standoff with the police, back at Trafalgar Square where the march started. It could be a very long evening.

Michelle Clifford, Sky News, London.

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The police were probably glad of bad weather, but the conditions did not deter a hardy few thousands who turned out for a third day of protest. Find out the 2 sides // strategies and this time, the students went for one of surprise. They ignored the plan root towards parliament, switching up and disbursing instead into side streets, locking traffic in some of the capital's busiest roads. After lost way, the students would determine not to be contained by the police. People would // don't get //.And for much of the afternoon, the 2 sides played a game of Cat and Mouse around central London. Some well contained for time outside barking in palace. The metro police in place reverting to the controversial strategy, students to organises and // justified.

If they catalyze again today, I think we will see a very strong message people across the country that the police in this country are willing to destroy people's rights to protest and lock people down in snowing conditions in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.

There were clashes with the police and some of the rests. Officers have deployed in large numbers especially around parliament square. The students are focused on the coalition and this demo comes just days before the vote on tuition fees takes place.

Despite pass trouble, many teenagers turned out. They say with their parents' blessing. The pupils of today are the uiversity students of tomorrow.

The right // determined by how much you want to learn and how much you want knowledge rather than how much your parents have.

See so many young people for the same courses. It's amazing. It just shows that people // and I am gonna stand for it.

We saw young people out there saying that they didn't want this happen. And we decided that we wanted to join in and make our voices heard.

And they promised to be back as did so many others pledging to keep the pressure up between now and the voting parliament, marching taking direct action and occupying university property.

We are now in the end to lose. This is the biggest fight in my life. This is the fight for the right definition of education as a whole.

Tonight, the most determined are still braving the elements in the standoff with the police, back to // Square where the march started. It could be a very long evening.
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The police were probably glad of bad weather, but the conditions did not deter a hardy few thousands who turned out for a third day of protest. By now, the two sides hit home their strategies. And this time, the students went for one of surprise. They ignored the planned route towards Parliament, splitting up and dispersing instead into side streets, blocking traffic in some of the capital's busiest roads. After last week, the students would determine not to be contained by the police. People with loudspeaker shouted // get //.And for much of the afternoon, the two sides played a game of “Cat and Mouse” around central London. Some were contained for a time outside Buckingham Palace. The metropolis impleads reverting to the controversial strategy. Student / organisers insist this is not justified.

-- If they catalyze again today, I think that will send a very strong message to people across the country that the police in this country are willing to destroy people's right to protest and lock people down in snowing conditions in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.

There were clashes with the police and some arrests. Officers are deployed in large numbers, especially around Parliament Square. The students are as focused on the coalition and this demo comes just days before the vote on tuition fees takes place.

Despite past trouble, many teenagers turned out -- they say -- with their parents' blessing. The pupils of today are the university students of tomorrow.

-- The right to our education should be determined by how much you want to learn and how much your knowledge drive is rather than how much your parents have.

-- See so many young people for the same courses. It's amazing. It just shows that people // some for it.

-- We saw young people out there saying that they didn't want this happen. And we decided that we wanted to join in and make our voices heard.

And they promised to be back as did so many others pledging to keep the pressure up between now and the voting Parliament, marching, taking direct action and occupying university property.

-- We are now in the end to lose. This is the biggest fight of our life. This is the fight for the very definition of education as a whole.

Tonight, the most determined are still braving the elements in a standoff with the police, back at Trafalgar Square where the march started. It could be a very long evening.


Michelle Clifford, Sky News, London.
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The police were probably glad of bad weather, but the conditions did not deter a hardy few thousands who turned out for a third day of protest. By now the 2 sides had ... strategies and this time, the students went for one of surprise. They ignored the plan root towards parliament, switching up and disbursing instead into side streets, locking traffic in some of the capital's busiest roads. After lost way, the students would determine not to be contained by the police. People with loud speakers shouted: Don't get cattle.And for much of the afternoon, the 2 sides played a game of Cat and Mouse around central London. Some well contained for time outside barking in palace. The metro police in place reverting to the controversial strategy, students to organises insisted this is not justified.

If they catalyze again today, I think we will see a very strong message people across the country that the police in this country are willing to destroy people's rights to protest and lock people down in snowing conditions in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.

There were clashes with the police and some of the rests. Officers have deployed in large numbers especially around parliament square. The students are focused on the coalition and this demo comes just days before the vote on tuition fees takes place.

Despite pass trouble, many teenagers turned out. They say with their parents' blessing. The pupils of today are the uiversity students of tomorrow.

The right total tuition should be determined by how much you want to learn and how much you want knowledge rather than how much your parents have.

See so many young people for the same courses. It's amazing. It just shows that people ...... and I am gonna stand for it.

We saw young people out there saying that they didn't want this happen. And we decided that we wanted to join in and make our voices heard.

And they promised to be back as did so many others pledging to keep the pressure up between now and the voting parliament, marching taking direct action and occupying university property.

We are now endless to lose. This is the biggest fight in my life. This is the fight for the right definition of education as a whole.

Tonight, the most determined are still braving the elements in the standoff with the police, back to Trafalgar Square where the march started. It could be a very long evening.
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The police were probably glad of bad weather, but the conditions did not deter a hardy few
thousand who turned out for a third day of protest. By now, the two sides had homed their strategies. And this time, the students went for one of surprise. They ignored the planned route towards Parliament, splitting up and dispersing instead into side streets, blocking traffic in some of the capital's busiest roads. After last week, the students would determine not to be contained by the police. People with loudspeaker shouted: "Don't get cattles". And for much of the afternoon, the two sides played a game of “Cat and Mouse” around central London. Some were contained for a time outside Buckingham Palace. The Metropolitan Police‘s reverting to the controversial strategy. Student organisers insist this is not justified.

-- If they
cattle us again today, I think that will send a very strong message to people across the country that the police in this country are willing to destroy people's right to protest and lock people down in snowing conditions in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.

There were clashes with the police and some
arrests. Officers had to deploy in large numbers, especially around Parliament Square. The students are always focused on the coalition and this demo comes just days before the vote on tuition fees takes place.

Despite pas
t trouble, many teenagers turned out -- they say with their parents' blessing: the pupils of today are the university students of tomorrow.

-- The right
to choose your choice is determined by how much you want to learn and how much your knowledge / rather than how much your parents have.

-- See so many young people for the same
causes. It's amazing. It just shows that people of Britain aren't gonna stand for it.

-- We saw young people out there saying that they didn't want this happen. And we decided that we wanted to join in and make our voices heard.

And they promised to be back as did so many others pledging to keep the pressure up between now and the voting
Parliament, marching, taking direct action and occupying university property.

-- We are
not in this to lose. This is the biggest fight of our lives. This is the fight for the very definition of education as a whole.

Tonight, the most determined are still braving the elements in
a standoff with the police, back at Trafalgar Square where the march started. It could be a very long evening.


Michelle Clifford, Sky News, London.
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It reminds me of Mrs. Thatcher's milk policy. Margaret Thatcher, milk snatcher.

The police were probably glad of bad weather but the conditions did not deter a hearty few thousand who turned out for a third day of protest. By now the two sides had honed their strategies and this time the students went for one of surprise. They ignored the planned route towards Parliament, splitting up and dispersing instead into side streets, blocking traffic in some of the capital's busiest roads.
After last week, the students were determined not to be contained by the police. People with loudspeaker s/ don't get /. Of much of the afternoon, the two sides played a game of Cat and Mouse around central London.
Some were contained for a time outside Buckingham Palace. The metropolis / pleas reverting to the controversial strategy student organises and says this is not justified.
If they c/ us again today, I think that will send a very strong message to people across the country. Police in this country are willing to destroy people's right to protest and lout people down in snowing conditions in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.
There were clashes with the police and some arrests. Officers had deployed in large number especially around Parliament Square.
No raise. No marks. No education pranks!
The students are always focused on the Coalition and this stalemate comes just days before the vote on tuition fees takes place. Despite path trouble many teenagers turned out, they save with their parents' blessing. The pupils of today are the university students of tomorrow.
Do our // be determined by how much we'll be able to learn and how much our knowledge rubs and how much our parents have?
Seeing so many young people for the same cause. It's amazing and it just shows that people / sum for it.
We saw young people out there saying that they didn't want this to happen. Then we decided we wanted to join in and make our voices heared.
And they promise to be back as did so many others, pledging to keep the pressure up between now and the voting Parliament, marching, taking direct action and occupying univerisity property.
We are not in this to lose. This is the biggest fight of our lives. This is a fight for the very definition of our education as a whole.
Tonight, the most determined are still braving the elements in a standoff with the police. Back to Trafalgar Square where the march started, it could be a very long evening.

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   The police were probably glad of bad weather but the conditions did not deter a hearty few thousand who turned out for a third day of protest. By now the two sides had honed their strategies and this time the students went for one of surprise. They ignored the planned route towards Parliament, splitting up and dispersing instead into side streets, blocking traffic in some of the capital's busiest roads.
After last week, the students were determined not to be contained by the police. People with loudspeaker s/ don't get /. Of much of the afternoon, the two sides played a game of Cat and Mouse around central London.
Some were contained for a time outside Buckingham Palace. The metropolis / pleas reverting to the controversial strategy student organises and says this is not justified.
If they c/ us again today, I think that will send a very strong message to people across the country. Police in this country are willing to destroy people's right to protest and lout people down in snowing conditions in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.
There were clashes with the police and some arrests. Officers had deployed in large number especially around Parliament Square.
No raise. No marks. No education pranks!
The students are always focused on the Coalition and this stalemate comes just days before the vote on tuition fees takes place. Despite path trouble many teenagers turned out, they save with their parents' blessing. The pupils of today are the university students of tomorrow.
Do our // be determined by how much we'll be able to learn and how much our knowledge rubs and how much our parents have?
Seeing so many young people for the same cause. It's amazing and it just shows that people / sum for it.
We saw young people out there saying that they didn't want this to happen. Then we decided we wanted to join in and make our voices heared.
And they promise to be back as did so many others, pledging to keep the pressure up between now and the voting Parliament, marching, taking direct action and occupying univerisity property.
We are not in this to lose. This is the biggest fight of our lives. This is a fight for the very definition of our education as a whole.
Tonight, the most determined are still braving the elements in a standoff with the police. Back to Trafalgar Square where the march started, it could be a very long evening.

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The police will probably grad of bad weather. But the condition did not deter a hardy few thousand who turned out for a 3-day protest. By now the tow sides have hold next strategies and this time the students went for one of suprise. They ingnored the planned routes towards parliament, splicting up and dispersing instead into side streets, licking traffic consumer the capital's busiest roads.
After last week, the students were determined not to be contained by the police. people with loudspeaker shouted don't get cattles! And for much of the afternoon, the two sides played a game of cat and mouse around central London.
Some were contained for a time outside XXX Palace. The metropolis impleads reverting to the controversial stategy. Students' orgnise is insisited not justified.
-- If they catalyse again today. I think that they will send away a strong massage to the people across the country that the polices in this country are willing to destroy people's right to protest. And lock people down in snowing condition in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.
There were crashes with the police and some arrests. Officers had been deployed in large number, especially around the Parliament Square.
These students are as focused on the coalition and this demo comes just days before the vote on tution fees takes place.
Despite parts trouble, many teenagers turned out. They say with their parents' blessing. The people of today are the university students of tomorrow.
--XXX choice should be determined by how much you want to learn and how much your knowledge XXX than your parents have.
--You see, so many young people for the same courses. It's amazing, just shows the people in Britain are going to suffer it.
--We should, ur, young people out there say that they didn't want this happen and will redesign that, we want to join in what the main corese had.
And they promised to be back as did so many others pledging to keep the pressure up between now and the voting parliament, marching, taking direct action, and occupying university property.
--We are not in this to lose. This is the biggest fight of our lives, this is a fight for the right definition of education as a whole.
Tonight the most determined (thing) are still the braving the elements in the standoff with police, back the XXX Square there the march started. It could be very long everning.
XXX XXX, Sky News, London.







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The police were probably glad of bad weather, but the conditions did not deter a hardy few thousands who turned out for a third day of protest. By now the 2 sides have hold  strategies and this time, the students went for one of surprise. They ignored the plan root towards parliament, switching up and disbursing instead into side streets, locking traffic in some of the capital's busiest roads. After lost way, the students would determine not to be contained by the police. People with loudspeakers don't get cattles.And for much of the afternoon, the 2 sides played a game of Cat and Mouse around central London. Some well contained for time outside barking in palace. The metro police in place reverting to the controversial strategy, students  organises not to justified.

If they catalyze again today, I think we will see a very strong message people across the country that the police in this country are willing to destroy people's rights to protest and lock people down in snowing conditions in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.

There were clashes with the police and some of the rests. Officers have deployed in large numbers especially around parliament square. The students are focused on the coalition and this demo comes just days before the vote on tuition fees takes place.

Despite pass trouble, many teenagers turned out. They say with their parents' blessing. The pupils of today are the uiversity students of tomorrow.

The right choice should be determined by how much you want to learn and how much you want knowledge rather than how much your parents have.

See so many young people for the same courses. It's amazing. It just shows that people gonna suffer it.

We saw young people out there saying that they didn't want this happen. And we decided that we wanted to join in and make our voices heard.

And they promised to be back as did so many others pledging to keep the pressure up between now and the voting parliament, marching taking direct action and occupying university property.

We are now in the end to lose. This is the biggest fight in my life. This is the fight for the right definition of education as a whole.

Tonight, the most determined are still braving the elements in the standoff with the police, back to *** Square where the march started. It could be a very long evening.
The police were probably glad of bad weather but the conditions did not deter a HARDY few thousand who turned out for a third day of protest. By now the two sides had honed their strategies and this time the students went for one of surprise. They ignored the planned route towards Parliament, splitting up and dispersing instead into side streets, blocking traffic in some of the capital's busiest roads.
After last week, the students were determined not to be contained by the police. People with loudspeakerS SHOUTED don't get CATTLED. AND FOR much of the afternoon, the two sides played a game of Cat and Mouse around central London.
Some were contained for a time outside Buckingham Palace. The METROPOLITAN PLICE WERE reverting to the controversial strategy student ORGANIZERS INSIST is not justified.
If they CATTLE us again today, I think that will send a very strong message to people across the country THAT THE POLICE in this country are willing to destroy people's right to protest and LOCK people down in snowing conditions in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.
There were clashes with the police and some arrests. Officers had deployed in large numberS especially around Parliament Square.
No raise. No marks. No education pranks!
The students are focused on the Coalition and this DEMO comes just days before the vote on tuition fees takes place. Despite PAST trouble many teenagers turned out, they SAY with their parents' blessing. The pupils of today are the university students of tomorrow.
THE RIGHT TO OUR EDUCATION CHOICE SHOULD be determined by how much we WANT  to learn and how much WE WANT knowledge THAN how much our parents have.
Seeing so many young people for the same cause. It's amazing and it just shows that people IN BRITAIN AREN’T GONNA SIGN for it.
We saw young people out there saying that they didn't want this to happen. Then we decided we wanted to join in and make our voices hearD.
And they promise to be back as did so many others, pledging to keep the pressure up between now and the voting Parliament, marching, taking direct action and occupying univerisity property.
We are not in this to lose. This is the biggest fight of our lives. This is a fight for the very definition of education as a whole.
Tonight, the most determined are still braving the elements in a standoff with the police. Back to Trafalgar Square where the march started, it could be a very long evening.

Michelle Clifford, Sky News, London.
The police were probably glad of bad weather, but the conditions did not deter a hardy few thousands who turned out for a third day of protest. Find out the 2 sides // strategies and this time, the students went for one of surprise. They ignored the plan root towards parliament, switching up and disbursing instead into side streets, locking traffic in some of the capital's busiest roads. After lost way, the students would determine not to be contained by the police. People would // don't get //.And for much of the afternoon, the 2 sides played a game of Cat and Mouse around central London. Some well contained for time outside barking in palace. The metro police in place reverting to the controversial strategy, students to organises and // justified.

If they catalyze again today, I think we will see a very strong message people across the country that the police in this country are willing to destroy people's rights to protest and lock people down in snowing conditions in central London. I think that's absolutely outrageous.

There were clashes with the police and some of the rests. Officers have deployed in large numbers especially around parliament square. The students are focused on the coalition and this demo comes just days before the vote on tuition fees takes place.
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