UKIP pledges to waive tuition fees for technology-related degrees, cut data collection and oppose the EU's eCall tracking initiative

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Free university tuition for STEM subjects, but little about online civil liberties in UKIP manifesto

UKIP has pledged to waive tuition fees for students studying science, technology, engineering or maths at university in its manifesto launched in Thurrock, Essex this morning. "UK students takin...

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