Mad myth that it's even going to be low interest for the foreseeable future,
Who says that? With rates where they are it's inevitable that they will rise in the medium term. How far and how fast we don't know, but there will be fallout, guaranteed.
by the time my 13 year old is in Uni it'll be 2000% on the cheap student loans,
there will be no NHS as we are living too long and expect far, far to much, we are expecting multi, multi billions to keep us, when there is hardly enough to keep hospital cleaners in jobs
The role of the NHS is NOT to keep people in employment. Although it's one of the things it is quite good at.
your basic graduate Drs will be £150,000+ in debt and expected to pay £150+ every week to try to cover debts just to become graduates never mind further training, I'm probably underestimating that, it's probably more like £300-400 a week if not a lot more.
You know GPs earn something around £100k/yr? That's £2k of our money every week before tax. A few hundred quid to repay us taxpayers funding their right to take £100K/yr from us is more than reasonable.
free education should be for all not just for the minority that happen to live in the right country.
Firstly as I alluded to above, it's not free. Secondly why should I pay for some C grade plonker get a 2:2 in media studies with next to no chance of landing a graduate level job?
'Higher' education should be run like immigration (should be). We need doctors, teachers, research scientists etc. We should fund them. We do not need 1 in 2 school leavers going to yooni to gain some pointless degree in photography, theatre studies, journalism etc. Education based on need, not the whims of 17 year olds and crap pseudo-universities providing cheap courses.
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