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The prime minister has criticised current legislation without explaining what will take its place
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This article was originally published as a front-page exclusive in Oxford University’s student newspaper, Cherwell. It can be found here. — Students from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds are less likely to be awarded first class degrees than their peers, Oxford University data has revealed. The statistics show just 22.9 per cent of undergraduates from underrepresented backgrounds…