Revealed: Student tuition fees funnelled into secret "port and cupcake" parties for Vice Chancellors at Whitehall
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Students' tuition fees are being directly funnelled into massive “port and cupcake” parties for the country’s most celebrated university vice chancellors, according to a shock investigation. According to student-led quasi-detective organisation Investigative Student Rights, tuition fees from students across the UK are bypassing universities all together, and are being directly paid into a secret off-shore fund that fuels debauched night-time activities beneath the streets of Central London. Shockingly, the gatherings, which are funded by investment in bank accounts based in Monaco, are allegedly taking place in a secret bunker underneath Whitehall (pictured). Investigative Student Rights claims that these “utterly deplorable” parties have been taking place on a bi-annual basis since the tuition fee cap was raised to £9,000 in September 2012. Lead investigator Melissa Mugoff has called the events “a sickening indictment of the way this government treats students and those less well off than itself” and has decried “the unbelievably callous nature of this happening... quite literally underneath our impoverished feet.” She goes on to suggest that these parties, which hold a red trouser, pinstripes and top hat dress code, may have been one reason why the government chose to increase tuition fees so drastically three years ago. “It seems logical,” she told The National Student, “now that these allegations have come to light, that this is the real justification for the tuition fee increase. “Coming off the back of the MPs expenses scandal, we probably should have expected this.
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