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Jo Swinson confronted over tuition fees by a student in Glasgow

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Jo Swinson confronted over tuition fees by a student in Glasgow

Jo Swinson confronted over tuition fees by a student in Glasgow

Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson is confronted by a Labour supporting university student who tells her that the Lib Dems' betrayed students.

The incident occurred outside of the Lib Dem battle bus in Glasgow, where Swinson is on the campaign trail.


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