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Too high a price? University fees row rumbles on

The increased cost of some university courses could deter students from studying their preferred subject, a think tank has warned.

The Institute for Public Policy Research said it could make courses such as law and medicine prohibitive.

Lord Browne's report this week suggested lifting the cap on fees in England, allowing charges up to £12,000 a year.

Maddy Savage spoke to some A-level students to find out what they think about the proposed increase in tuition fees.

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