As preparations are underway for tomorrow's walk-out by school pupils and higher education students, a number of institutions have gone into occupation. Students are occupying at the Royal Holloway in protest over cuts. Check out their web page
. And students at SOAS and Manchester Metropolitan
have in occupation since the weekend. I don't know how big tomorrow's event will be, but there is a real media buzz about it. If it's at all indicative, the 'national walk-out'
page on Facebook has close to 25,000 supporters. I'll be with the protesters in central London tomorrow, so I'll try and get you some decent pictures and words, to go with the acres of piccage and wordage that will already have become abundantly available by the time I've posted my two cents.
Labels: austerity, cuts, education, education maintenance allowance, occupation, students, tories, tuition fees