When you consider the NUS as a national voice, the fact that they were not able to stop top up fees being introduced in 97; the fact that they weren't able to stop top-up fees going up in 2004; the fact that they didn't even get a seat at the Browne review 2009 showed that they aren't necessarily a national voice.
Aaron Bali, Southampton University Student. South Today 29th November
Correct. They are Labour stooges who think a graduate tax is a "progressive"answer.