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Uni Students Feel Like Consumers And They Don't Like It

We spoke to students who have been protesting to help their lecturers save their pensions.

by Simon Childs
30 March 2018, 12:53pm

Students at Cambridge University drop a banner in support of their striking lecturuers in February (Photo courtesy of Rebel Architects Faction)

Students from all over the UK have joined the University strike in solidarity with their lecturers this year. Here's a quick, very recent oral history from those who have been protesting, hogging the picket lines and running the occupations at Universities around the country. Hosted by Simon Childs, VICE UK's Home Affairs Editor.

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