Nick Clegg’s bid to quell student fees protests
Deputy Prime Minister says the government’s system of tuition fees is more fair than a graduate tax. Is he right?
Do graduates earn £100,000 more than non-graduates?
The claim “Graduates on average have better employment prospects and can expect to earn at least £100,000, net of tax, more than non-graduates across their working lives.” Universities and science minister David Willetts, commenting on The Push National Debt Survey, 13 August 2010 The background Students will owe nearly £25,000 when they graduate, a new…