Greens unveil student pledges in Sheffield

PROPOSALS TO bring back student grants and scrap university fees have been unveiled by the Greens in Sheffield.

The Greens would reverse cuts in corporation tax to pay for their higher education plans which include ensuring universities do not lose out financially when they can no longer access EU funding post-Brexit.

Students are a key section of the electorate in the Sheffield Central constituency where former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett is standing in the coming General Election.

Greens’ co-leader Jonathan Bartley and deputy leader Amelia Womack were in Sheffield to announce the policies.

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