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personally i'd prefer to pay £9000 now rather than lose a higher proportion of my earnings all my life. alos, a degree doesn't automatically get you into better paid jobs as there is so much competetition etc.
Yes - but how much income tax you pay depends on how much you earn. Also the £9000 student fees won't be paid up-front, if they come in: they'll be in the form of a graduate tax and you'll pay them back over the rest of your life... I don't think the income tax thing will work as it's been suggested a million times before, but I don't like the idea of fees - anyone else have any suggestions or ideas?