I hope everyone contacted their MPs, dusted off their placards and is ready to have their voices (very likely) completely ignored.
As has been noted in the debate today: the vote today represents the most profound change in university funding, and thus the system itself, since the 1920s, and yet the MPs voting will be doing so without having seen the government's white paper on it.
I feel practically violated from the betrayal we're facing. If the ConDems go ahead with their proposed cuts to education, it will be an enormous step back.
Cultural, intellectual stagnation, here we come.