Tue 16 April 2013, The Independent

Toni Pearce: she flunked her exams – but fought her way to the top to become President of the NUS

By Richard Garner
Toni Pearce, the new president of the National Union of Students, is unique. Not only does she not have a degree – the first leader of the NUS without such a qualification – the 23-year-old also flunked her sixth-form exams.
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