Politics

Universities are struggling financially amid frozen domestic fees and growing political hostility to international students. But while the public finances are stretched, July's general election could allow a policy reset. In the second of two articles (read part one here), three senior figures suggest what a new government might realistically do

Universities are struggling financially amid frozen domestic fees and growing political hostility to international students. But while the public finances are stretched, July's general election could allow a policy reset. In the first of two articles, four senior figures suggest what a new government might realistically do