I know plenty of my mates who struggle for money, they have jobs, and have to pay for their cars/food/going out etc, and some need the EMA just to get to college.
Now I don't think there is any point in ****ging off EMA because its not going to go away and thats just the way it is.
Last year it was £100 for me...
When I was at college, there were 5 £100 payments. It's pretty shocking that it hasn't gone up since then - at least by the rate of inflation.
Was £100 for me and I don't have the time for people who aren't in the situation where they can't afford second-hand books to let them learn so all they can do is sit and whine about how unfair EMA is.
I'm getting none, so I have no idea!