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Cambridge:Students Join National Protest
Students have unfurled a banner reading 'Our Education, Not Your Business' on The Pitt Building at Cambridge University this morning.
The action comes as around 150 students from Cambridge join a national demonstration against tuition fees rises and cuts to education.
They've travelled down to London in coaches to take part in the protest which starts in Bloomsbury at midday and will end up at St Paul's.
The demo is expected to involve up to 10,000 students.
It's a year since a march against tuition fees turned violent and police have already confirmed officers will be able to use rubber bullets today if trouble starts again.
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