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The rooftops of the university city of Oxford are seen from the south west, January 22, 2003. Britain's Education Secretary Charles Clarke is expected on Wednesday to outline controversial plans to scrap the 1,100 pound ($1780) limit on annual tuition fees at English universities, raising it to as much as 3,000 pounds ($4852).

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