Royal Holloway students stage sit-in over cuts

Students have occupied a Surrey university building in protest against cuts and tuition fee increases.

About 30 students entered a management building at the Royal Holloway in Egham on Wednesday.

They are demanding the principal guarantees that no courses will be closed or staff made redundant.

A spokesman said the students were allowing staff access to offices and were not interfering with normal activities.

A spokesman for the Royal Holloway Anti-Cuts Alliance said: "The management are carrying out their own plans regardless of bothering to find out what students actually think."

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