Angry students from all over the country are expected to march through London today, as MPs vote for the proposed rise of tuition fees this afternoon.

A debate is scheduled in Westminster for 12:15pm, in which MPs will discuss the government’s tuition fee proposal before voting.

With the Liberal Democrats promising to oppose tuition fees and fight any increase in the election earlier this year, only to back down down on the issue a few months later and side with the Conservatives, emotions should be running high in Parliamant today.

Tuition fee row continues

More prostests planned

The debate could take up to five hours, before minister vote; making their final decision on the matter.

However, deputy prime Minister and Lib Dem party leader Nick Clegg has said that all Liberal Democrats ministers will vote in favour of fee increases.

Today’s student march is set to begin at University London Union at noon.

Protesters will then move along through Russell Square, Holborn, Aldwych, Strand, Trafalgar Square and finish up at Parliament Square and Whitehall.