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If Labour wins, how long would it take for tuition fees to be abolished? Just curious
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If Labour wins, how long would it take for tuition fees to be abolished? Just curious
>If labour wins
There's your problem, right there.
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It's difficult to tell. It depends on 1) their strategy for implementing their policy 2) how well the civil service implements the policy 3) whether their policy is feasible in the first place 4) the extent to which 'internal opponents' make it difficult for the policy to be implemented.
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A better question would be "how long would it take them to break their promise like every other politician who's promised to abolish tuition fees?"
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If Labour wins, how long would it take for tuition fees to be abolished? Just curious
never, you'll be paying it for it in the future.
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Jeremy will introduce this excellent legislation on the same day as his Unicorn Riding for all Primary School Children Bill.
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>If labour wins
There's your problem, right there.
You're a UKIP supporter.
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You're a UKIP supporter.
and? I don't say stupid **** like they're gonna win the election.
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and? I don't say stupid **** like they're gonna win the election.
Loooool touche
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If Labour wins, how long would it take for tuition fees to be abolished? Just curious
1) They'd have to win
2) They'd have to get it through parliament also since it's a manifest pledge it wouldn't be too hard since they would have a majority if they won

Hard to say when, I wouldn't bank on it happening
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(Original post by Sonechka)
A better question would be "how long would it take them to break their promise like every other politician who's promised to abolish tuition fees?"
About 3 minutes.
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hypothetically, and i use that term as the chances of them being voted in is looking very slim, they will remove or significantly reduce tuition fees. I'd like to hear some opposing opinions to mine. I understand the need for fees as if everyone could go to university then nobody would 'stand out' due to their degree. this would put more strain on the result, 1.1, 1.2 etc.

i was in the hospital the other day and i counted the ratio of English: foreign doctors. 7:1, rediculous. to give working class families the chance to send their child on to become surgeons or cutting edge researchers is exciting. We are in a fortunate enough economic position whereby sending people to achieve their fullest potential is a possibility so why wouldn't we? MONEY! the separation between want and have.

Where would the money come from? the lovely little income boost we got from leaving the EU, not that i was for that. Old people impacting the future of our country that they won't be alive to see, but that's a separate conversation.

TLDR: where's that money coming from and why hasn't it been done already?
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If Labour wins
Lmfao.
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>If labour wins
There's your problem, right there.
My Brother in arms
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If you're asking this because you're still in school and want uni to be free, it's very, very, very unlikely that you'll be able to benefit from it.
And, if I'm going to be completely honest, A) Labour is almost certain not to win the election B) Even if they do, it will most likely not be implemented C) Tax-payer funded Uni is a terrible idea in the first place.
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