Helen Molyneux, founder of Monumental Welsh Women said: “Betty’s impact during her life was incredible, but, as with so many women throughout history, likely to be forgotten or overlooked by future generations unless something was done to bring her to people’s attention."
Jo Grady, general secretary of the UCU, said: “Loading more debt onto students is not the way to deal with the failed marketisation of higher education. It is a regressive move that will hit lower earners hardest."
“Increasing NI and now this. Coupled with spiralling inflation and unaffordable housing. Attacking the younger generations because they’re too scared to tax their donors.”
It comes on the week that the Covid-19 jab is starting to be rolled out to pupils aged between 12 and 15 across the UK.
No university has ever placed higher than Oxford and Cambridge in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide.
"I can only assume Dan Wootton’s hatred of teachers stems from the fact they told him he would never be a journalist. And they were right," wrote one Twitter user.
Scottish students do not pay tuition fees in Scotland, and Northern Irish students benefit from a lower tuition fee cap in Northern Ireland.
"My highlight was when you threatened to sue a school if they didn’t stay open while the virus raged and then opened the schools for one day and then closed the schools, because of the virus."
“Now that a decision has been made, it is essential that the Government immediately confirms that the process surrounding vaccinations will be run and overseen entirely by the appropriate medical teams. There must be no delay in confirming this otherwise school leaders will be put in an impossible position of facing questions to which they simply do not have the answers."