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    (Original post by F i s)
    Quite an intellectual debate. :holmes:
    I concur.
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    Not voicing any personal opinion on the matter but is it really fair to say that most people are against the education cuts? I know there have been the marches but it's not exactly a big surprise that students are upset about having to pay more, I don't see too many non-graduates lining up and saying "we want to fund uni education!". Also the 2 parties with the vast majority of votes (con/lab) stated they'd probably impose the browne review which was known before the election to be suggesting fee rises.

    Some part of me, though I'm sure I could be argued out of it, thinks why the hell should it be acceptable for people to go on a march demanding more of other peoples money? If the majority of tax-payers voiced their desire to pay for uni education that's different entirely but I think most people complaining are current/ex/potential students.
 
 
 
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