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- Paul Walter 1st Mar - 12:15pm
expats "On Tuition fees I’m now told that the Tory model was the right one;" Well no. The Conservatives did not have a policy on...
- Philip Thomas 1st Mar - 12:14pm
The plan comes with virtually zero risk for pensioners, who have a state-subsidised safety support net (increasing above the rate of inflation, thanks to another...
- Stuart 1st Mar - 12:09pm
stuart moran "Since when did Martin Lewis become the arbiter on all that is student finance? Some of his assumptions have been called into question,...
- Philip Thomas 1st Mar - 12:09pm
@Paul Walter. Presumably the fees cap is going to have to increase at the rate of inflation, if not annually at least periodically? Otherwise university...
- Anne 1st Mar - 12:04pm
Will this be treated as notional income by the DWP? Under their rules if you CAN claim other money then this is taken from your...
- Paul Walter 1st Mar - 11:56am
Stuart - the fine tuning should be on things like the payment threshold, payment rate, maintenance grants and incentives for bursaries - not the fees...