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Mick Travis
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I just saw a study - admittedly from 2006 - that showed that 50% of women without any qualifications had a child by the age of 20 compared to 1% amongst those who'd gone to University. Of course those going to uni may have their children later, but up to 40% may remain childless. Do you think this matters. It doesn't suggest a declining middle class.
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How do you propose we comment on the implications of a study you haven't referenced? I saw a study, admittedly from 2002, that said ducks were slowly taking over entire buildings in central Uzbekistan. I do not however possess proof of this.
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