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Published on Nov 18, 2010
Today, the Union of Students in Ireland intensified its ongoing campaign against proposed registration fee hikes and cuts to the student grant with a march in Galway (and another planned for Cork). The protest march to Galway city centre from the NUIG campus, saw over 2,000 students take to the streets and march to the Spanish Arch, where they were addressed by several key speakers. including USI President, Gary Redmond, NUIG SU President Peter Mannion and GMIT SU President, Colin Canny. This protest was marked by the palpable anger of the students against the dimming of their futures by a government of rotting, treasonous pedigree and the looming nightmare of having to take the Ryan Air flight of sorrow abroad away from the kindness of hearth and home, but also with a sense of empathy with the most vulnerable in Irish society about to be savaged in an inhuman budget by an elected outfit without conscience or morality.