Last quote by Ryan Shorthouse
This would mean all young people repaying student loans would pay a smaller amount from their salaries each month. It would effectively be a tax cut for graduates.feedback
Sep 10 2017
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Quotes by Ryan Shorthouse
Sep 10 2017
The Conservative government needs to and should make a big offer to young people. But reducing tuition fees or reducing the interest rate on student loans would only benefit high-paid graduates.feedback
Sep 07 2017
Vice-chancellors lead charities and public services; they should show some humility and stop taking advantage of generous contributions from both government and students. The government is right to use the levers it has to enforce restraint.feedback
Mar 18 2017
A free press, which holds power to account, is a fundamental part of a liberal democracy. A sitting MP, especially of the governing party, cannot also be an editor of an influential and national newspaper. It is a significant conflict of interest and unethical. The [former] chancellor has spoken eloquently about the importance and goodness of liberal democracies. So, if he is to be editor of the London Evening Standard, he must – and I suspect will – resign as an MP.feedback
Mar 07 2017
Reductions in the generosity of universal credit and the ongoing freeze on in-work benefits are disproportionate and unnecessary. In this parliament and the next, the government should prioritise softening the blow on the living standards of these families and ensure the burden of austerity falls more on those with broader shoulders.feedback
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