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    I'm dead against any form of EMA. Being paid to go to college/school? What a bloody ridiculous idea. Pretty much everyone abuses the system and end up spending their EMA allowance on cigarettes etc.
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    (Original post by Oswald Mosley)
    I'm dead against any form of EMA. Being paid to go to college/school? What a bloody ridiculous idea. Pretty much everyone abuses the system and end up spending their EMA allowance on cigarettes etc.
    Same if it was up to me i'd have it paid in vouchers/travel passes and only if you have at least 95% attendance.
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    Also there should be crisis loans for 16-18 year olds but have a maximum of £80
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    I am relying on receiving an ema in order to be able to get into the sixth form that i want to get into, otherwise i would be required to pay over £900 a year for transport alone :/
 
 
 
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