The UK government faces a chronic budget deficit and so one of its policies has been to significantly increase university tuition fees so students pay a far higher proportion of tertiary education costs. Given the benefits of university education are carried almost exclusively by the people getting the education, it is hardly unfair. The state student loan scheme even allows students to borrow their fees and not have to pay back the loans until they earn over £27,050 a year. So it hardly forms a barrier to anyone, unless they fear their education isn't worth it once they start earning the average annual income.
Of course to the socialist National Union of Students (voluntary membership in the UK by the way, but universities fund it directly), it's unfair. They moan that current generations of politicians got a free university education - back in the days when a far smaller fraction of people went into tertiary education and the welfare state wasn't draining taxpayers of so much money.
This attitude that the world owes them an education, that the budget deficit isn't their problem (presumably they don't think they should pay more tax to cover the debt Gordon Brown threw their way) and that other people should pay for their choices means they are obviously disrespectful of property rights. It shows too.
A bunch of them marched to Conservative Party headquarters, smashed it up, invaded it and one even threw a fire extinguisher off the roof at police officers below.
In other words, if you don't give us what we want, we'll take it and do violence.
and the Labour Leader of the Opposition is silent...