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Started uni in or after 1998 and began repaying your loan 2002-2006? Your loan's being sold
The Government today formally restarted the process of selling off English student loans
31 October 2017
MPs to launch major new student loans inquiry
An influential group of MPs has launched a wide-ranging inquiry into the student loans system
14 October 2017
Student loans must no longer be called a 'loan', Universities Minister says
The Universities Minister Jo Johnson has finally agreed that student loans should be called 'graduate contributions'
3 October 2017
Graduates facing hike in student loan interest from September
Millions of graduates will pay more interest on their student loans from September
11 April 2017
At uni in England between 1998 and 2012? If so, the Govt is about to sell off your student loan
The Government has promised the upcoming sale of student loan debt will not impact graduates in any way
6 February 2017
Chancellor says the retrospective hike in student loans is to help sell them off
The potential sale of student loan debt has been cited by the Chancellor as a reason not to stop retrospective changes
13 December 2016
Welsh students to benefit from 'generous' student finance system – grants of at least £1,000/yr to be given to all
The average Welsh student could potentially pocket £7,000/year in maintenance grants from September 2018 under new plans
23 November 2016
Government likened to payday lender over its refusal to budge on retrospective student loan changes
The Government has been likened to a payday lender after refusing to reverse its freeze on repayment thresholds
22 November 2016
Are you due a student loan refund? 100,000s have overpaid
If you've been paying off a student loan check NOW to see if you're owed a refund worth £100s
14 November 2016
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
28 June 2016
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