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There is huge public opposition to Theresa May's crackdown on foreign students

Three-quarters of the British public would like to see the same or an increased number of international students in the UK, according to a new poll. TheComRes poll for Universities UK also found that 91% of British adults believe that international students should be able to stay and work in the UK for a period of time after they have completed their study. The news calls further into question Prime Minister Theresa May's hardline stance against international students, who she believes routinely abuse and exploit the system.
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