Don't know if you follow her already (I subscribe to her rss) but Laurie Penny's most recent bit in the New Statesman is very interesting:
I don't agree with the protesters about tuition fees. I think they're sadly necessary, mainly as a legal mechanism to insist that EU students pay for their degrees - something a "graduate tax" could not achieve. And that the effects can be mitigated with a matched student loan. So that people like my parents, but in the next generation, can get to university.
But I totally agree with the protesters about what (I think) these protests are becoming about. Not student fees, but the government's turning-their-backs on young people and democracy, in favour of oligarchy, corruption and riot police. Their unwillingness to engage with the public. That's something I can imagine marching about.
Grrrr. Also, today's Daily Mail homepage is highly recommended. I don't usually go there, but it's important to see how they portray this stuff.