Tag Archives: Cuts
Gregor Smith speaks to Shelly Asquith, newly elected NUS Vice President Welfare, about how she plans to tackle the various emerging crises in student welfare under a majority Conservative government.
Reforms to DSA, which currently supports 61,000 disabled students in higher education, have been postponed until after the next general election. Yet for the 2015/16 academic year, those with disabilities will have to start contributing their own money towards specialised equipment.
With the government slashing the arts across the country, Emma Greatorex investigates how they will effect one of Lincoln’s premier venues.
Scott Wheeler thinks the planned cut to child benefit for the better off is actually an attack on the poorest in society.
The University of Lincoln is bracing itself for Lord Browne’s Higher Education spending review, the results of which will be published on October 20th.
Huseyin Kishi argues that the coalition government’s cuts malicious and an ideological attack on the poorest members of British society.
With universities across the country facing cuts of up to 14%, the University of Lincoln gets an actual budget increase from the Higher Education Funding Council for England for the coming year.