"Stop the cuts" student protest in London


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6 thoughts on “"Stop the cuts" student protest in London

  1. 50% of young people go to university but what percentage of jobs could be described as "graduate" jobs? 10%? 20%? Clearly the current state of affairs is educational overkill and it is the taxpayer (i.e. you and I) that have to foot the bill.

    In my view, the next generation of doctors, engineers and teachers should be educated without charge at the nation's expense but I don't see why hard working families should have to pay good money for mediocre students to "study" French literature for three years before washing up in a call center.

    With a multi-trillion pound debt to pay off, the nation needs to consider its spending priorities more wisely.

  2. The students woke up to the fact if millions marching cant start a war, they need to try something different. i dont think they went far enough. That building should have been dismantled brick by brick. My grandad died for the right to protest freely. I believe that he died for the right to be ignored.

  3. university isn't just about getting a good job at the end. it's probably the only three years of freedom many people have to grow up, explore and experience new things and places, to find their identities away from their families, and without the pressure of paying taxes and working in dreary call centres. (if that's my future, i'm glad i've had these three years at uni so at least i've got some fond memories to keep me going for the rest of my bleak life.)

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