To add insult to injury, the government now proposes to expand its tax on education by imposing a new tax on students successfully graduating (i.e. on their hard work and endeavours) where they have not benefited from student loans in order to maintain the envy thinly disguised in its dogma.
What is the obvious response of a diligent, responsible graduate? Emigrate and leave the country?
What is the effect on the economy? Low skills, low GDP and wasteful public sector growth.
C Rogers, Chase Buckley.
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