Lauren in Sheffield has quizzed Nick Clegg on tuition fees saying that a raft of Government policy has left poorer young people feeling that "higher education is not for them."
Speaking about his election pledge to cut tuition fees which he has subsequently had to retract the Deputy Prime Minister said:
I have apologised as clearly and candidly as I could for that fact that we made a commitment that given that we were unlikely to be in Government on our own.
it is certainly one of the biggest regrets that we made a commitment that we were just not in a position to deliver.
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