Students who missed out on teaching time during university strikes earlier this year are trying to get compensation
Students and prospective students need clearer and better-targeted financial advice
The interest rate charged on post-2012 student loans should be reduced to 1.5%, a parliamentary committee has said
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The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee voted to keep the rate steady
Millions of university leavers are set to accrue more interest on their student loan from September
A new regulation will see the student loan repayment threshold raised to £25,000/yr
Prime Minister Theresa May pledges to make student finance "fairer" in a speech today
University leavers reclaimed more than £560,000 over the course of a month for student loans payments
A MoneySaver has reclaimed £1,100 in just five minutes after discovering she'd started repaying her student loan early
More than 100,000 university leavers in the last three years alone began repaying their student loan earlier than needed
Graduates will no longer waste money making further payments on student loans they have already paid back
The Government today formally restarted the process of selling off English student loans
An influential group of MPs has launched a wide-ranging inquiry into the student loans system
The Universities Minister Jo Johnson has finally agreed that student loans should be called 'graduate contributions'
Millions of graduates will pay more interest on their student loans from September