A Market Based Solution to the Fees Problem

By Harry Tanner The Labour party’s promise to abandon tuition fees and “ambition” to annul graduate debt is ill-disguised hucksterism. In the – not actually secure – knowledge that young people voted in swathes to Remain and are utterly disenfranchised with the Tory party, Corbyn and his merry band of Bolsheviks sought to galvanize this…

The Ugly Underbelly of Student Loans – An Analysis

By Dominic Prince Household Income Expected Parental Contribution %ge of post-tax income £30,000 £600 3% £35,000 £1,199 4% £40,000 £1,799 6% £45,000 £2,398 7% £50,000 £2,998 8% £55,000 £3,597 9% £60,000 £4,197 10% (Fig.1) Expected parental contribution is the difference between the max loan and the loan offered to the student with each household income…