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The Guardian reports on a planned “overhaul” of England’s university admissions system that would see students apply after they receive their A-level results and the start of the academic year move “possibly to January”. Ministers “are understood to believe post-results applications would benefit disadvantaged young people” and want the government to have “more direct oversight of the entry path to higher education”, the paper says.