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Why the privatisation of student debt must be resisted

This week, the government announced the immediate privatisation of £890m of student debt dating from between 1990 and 1998. The debt was sold to a consortium of private companies at under one-fifth of its value, but in reality these moves go far beyond the economically unsustainable nature of a credit-fuelled higher education system. They are … Continue reading

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Alan Watt explains the degradation of culture

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Alan Watt explains musical mind control

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The Chronology of the selling of student loans part 2)

Ageing student loans sold to debt firms Graduates whose loans have been sold have “no reason to be concerned” according to Universities Minister David Willetts Continue reading the main story Related Stories Loan offer for postgraduate living The government has sold £890m of student loans to a debt management consortium for £160m. Erudio Student Loans … Continue reading

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The Chronology of the selling of student loans part 1)

‘National day of action’ against sell-off of student debt planned across UK Students on more than 20 campuses across the country are preparing to take part in a national day of action against the government’s plans to privatise the student loan book. The wave of action will take place tomorrow and is being co-ordinated by … Continue reading

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University left me with debt and no skills

It’s three years since I graduated university with an accounting degree and I still don’t know what they taught me. Univerisities are proud to say they prepare students to work out in the real world. They don’t. I think all I learned was how to write academically. This is a skill, but not the only … Continue reading

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