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  • The present government, which has a Cabinet stuffed with ex-public schoolboys, was never likely to be unsympathetic to the fee-paying schools.

    Rift grows between public schools

  • The case is being brought by the Independent Schools Council ISC, the body that represents the 1,260 fee-paying schools that are charities.

    Rift grows between public schools

  • Within the broader group of fee-paying schools – the girls' schools and boarding schools – there is greater support for ISC, partly because they are more dependent on its services.

    Rift grows between public schools

  • The hope is that, by denying criminal gangs the chance to guarantee their fee-paying passengers direct passage to Australia, their business will dry up.

    Senior UN Official Criticizes Australia’s Asylum Policies

  • Market observers say the merged entity will have access to a combined US$1.9 trillion market that could pose a threat to major Asian rivals in Hong Kong and Tokyo by luring away big fee-paying clients like high-frequency traders and companies seeking to raise capital in deep and liquid markets.

    SGX Gets Funding for ASX Bid

  • Green's remarks about the variability of what is on offer at the FE institutions that attract large numbers of fee-paying international students to the country, taken together with his conclusion that not "every student visa issued is necessarily benefiting Britain", has caused concern that vocationally oriented non-EU students will be discriminated against.

    Colleges protest over visa 'misunderstanding'

  • The premise is that traffickers will no longer be able to guarantee their fee-paying clients direct passage to Australia, thus decreasing the flow of unauthorized arrivals.

    Australia Okays Controversial Refugee Swap Deal With Malaysia

  • Mr. Brooks is an old friend of Mr. Cameron's and both attended the fee-paying Eton school.

    News International CEO Brooks Resigns

  • The opportunity loss of foregoing fee-paying private sector mandates is high, and banks can ill-afford it.

    Dark Days Ahead for Bankers

  • While domestic issues undoubtedly have an impact on UK universities' international activities, it is incorrect to suggest those on the visit were there to recruit fee-paying Brazilian students to boost institutional funds.

    Stop immigration to help the British unemployed get jobs | Letters

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