Call for students to be given the chance to clear their names and continue studying in UK

Campaigners are calling for thousands of students who may have been wrongly accused of cheating in Home Office-mandated English-language tests to be given the opportunity to resit tests, so they can have a chance to clear their names and continue studying in the UK.

The Home Office accused more than 35,000 students of cheating in 2014 in the English-language proficiency tests some are required to take as part of their visa application process.

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