Theresa May’s former chief of staff Nick Timothy has called tuition fees an ‘ultimately pointless Ponzi scheme’, saying:
‘There has been no improvement in Britain’s productivity as graduate numbers have increased’.
‘Many graduates work in non-graduate jobs, and many earn no more than if they had not gone to university at all’.
‘On a recent visit to the barber, the young man who cut my hair told me he had graduated from Southampton Solent University with a degree in football studies’.
‘He was friendly, articulate and skilled in his profession, but I doubted whether he thought his qualification was worth the debt he will carry as a millstone around his neck for 30 years’.
‘More than three-quarters of graduates will never pay back their debts’.
‘We have created an unsustainable and ultimately pointless Ponzi scheme, and young people know it’.
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