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19/04/2011

University vice chancellors explain their tuition fees on the deadline day for universities to demonstrate how their charges won't end up excluding poorer students. Despite a government promise that it would only happen in exceptional circumstances, more than three quarters of universities in England look set to charge the maximum £9,000 in tuition fees from next year.

Also 5 live listeners have been telling us about what they call "unacceptable delays" in inquest hearings. This programme has discovered that some inquests can take over a year before they're concluded. We're finding out why.

Email: Victoria@bbc.co.uk. Twitter: @vicderbyshire.

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Tue 19 Apr 2011 10:00