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MPs debate retrospective student loan changes in Parliament

The long-awaited parliamentary debate on retrospective changes to the student loans agreement is taking place today

Student loans petition given the go-ahead for parliamentary debate

A petition calling for the end of retrospective changes to the student loans agreement has sparked a Westminster debate

Student loans repayment threshold discussed in Parliament – but petition could spark bigger debate

The Government's U-turn on a promise to increase the threshold of student loan repayments has been debated in Parliament

Student loans petition could be debated despite Government rejection

The Government has rejected a petition on the retrospective hike in the cost of loans for more than two million students

Student loan hike petition set for parliamentary debate after hitting 100,000 signatures

Politicians are expected to debate a retrospective hike in the cost of student loans following a petition

Students heading home for summer can pocket £36 TV licence reclaim

Cash-strapped students returning home for the summer holidays can claim back up to £36 from the cost of their TV licence

Countdown on for students to get loans by start of uni – when's your deadline?

University students across the UK need to hurry up if they want to guarantee getting their loans for the start of term

Graduates set for September interest rate hike as inflation creeps up

Students and graduates can expect to pay more interest on their student loan from September

Student loan deferment forms missing in latest Erudio blunder

Embattled student loans administrator Erudio has failed to provide deferment application forms to thousands of graduates

Hidden retrospective hike in student loans repayments a 'disgrace'

Millions of graduates will have to repay more of their loans as the Government's U-turned on a promise it made

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Graduates to pay less interest on student loans from September

Millions of graduates will pay less interest on their student loans from September, the Government has today confirmed