OPPOSITION politicians are hopeful the Scottish Government will "listen to reason" and reverse at least part of the £34.6 million cut facing colleges.
OPPOSITION politicians are hopeful the Scottish Government will \"listen to reason\" and reverse at least part of the £34.6 million cut facing colleges.
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Andrew Denholm Education Correspondent
All the major parties have united to lobby for an increase in cash for the sector at a time when courses have been cut and thousands of jobs lost.
On the eve of a crucial debate on the Government's Budget Bill, the Scottish Liberal Democrats said behind-the-scenes talks with Finance Secretary John Swinney on the future of the further education sector had been positive.
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