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Will the Minister assure us that encouraging all places of further education to widen access will not undermine meritocracy? Will he also take to the newly expanded Department for Education the fact that education, from the early years up to university, is crucial in improving the life chances of those at the bottom of the scale?
To return to a point that was raised a moment ago, does the Minister agree that it is somewhat rich for our colleague the Scottish National party spokesman, the hon. Member for Glenrothes, to talk about the Scottish system when English taxpayers are subsidising education in Scotland under the Barnett formula? As the Minister and his Department perhaps know, we also could have no tuition fees...
May I sympathise? It is not just those on the Opposition Benches; those affected have a lot of sympathy, certainly from me and many of my colleagues, when it comes to the retrospective nature of the changes. As the Minister knows, I have had a heavy postbag from students for whom the goalposts have been changed and who are effectively due to pay a much higher interest rate than they could...
Conservative MP for Woking
Entered the House of Commons on 6 May 2010 — General election
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Last updated: 1 Aug 2016.
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