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Wages for graduates don’t justify huge university fees, unless you’re a doctor, dentist or go to Oxbridge, says report
Campaigners behind the report say the 'carrot of higher graduate earnings' should not be used to justify increased fees at universities - some of which are now topping £9000 - as unless you attend an ... read more
Morning Line: what's wrong with higher university fees?
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Losing hope. Leaving America. UPDATED
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There are moments when realism finally impinges on the world of self-congratulation ... impact of inflation and wage restraint has produced. A 12 per cent fall in wages over the three years since Lehm... read more