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    We are currently experiencing the price of people making loans they cannot afford to pay, the national financial downturn. Yet the 'next generation' are being actively encouraged to go to university and to incur an increasingly collossal debt. While of course they are not like normal debts and are somewhat more 'safe', there still is the sense that borrowing huge sums of money is being presented as perfectly all right.

    So my question is whether you think that it is justifiable to increase the magnitude of the debt and thus further normalise the situation of borrowing huge sums of money, especially in the light of our country's situation.
 
 
 
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