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Dispatches - Low Pay Britain - All 4
living wage starts from 21? 25? // retail big! high street big! - service sector. no manufacturing ... // IT IS CORPORATE SUBSIDY - PROGRAM FOR LOW PAY! // very far from Germay model! // tax payer pays for people in high street! // Ofsted found inadequate conditions! AND SMALL MINORITY GET ACTUALLY A FULL-TIME JOB! LOL LOL LOL! // Social Market Foundation (research) found lvl2 apprenticeship adds nothing to purse over a lifetime. // its DWP policy to get young people off the paper onto other paper largely, still funded, by the gov - still adding to budget deficit. // Ofsted concerned over apprenticeships "wasting public funds" // WHAT A TORY SPIN! // retail places have shot up, and construction plummeted! the latter is harder or put through training providers ( private companies, PRIVATISATION! ). employers are not in charge. to quote one employee of a training provider "meet targets, get money in" its about the # of apprenticeships, not the quality or economic need/industry. //
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Budget 2015: Student maintenance grants scrapped - BBC News
USA STYLE, no free education (~ we are all in it together, everyone is a stakeholder and pitches in, companies, people, pensioners, - to raise the added value one produces within an economy, over time - not so in USA, UK vs Germany - where people cry out loud that not enough qualified people exist to fill the economy needs and global demand for value added products, services, goods. IT IS ALSO A WAY TO REDUCE THE PUBLIC DEBT AND TRANSFER IT TO PRIVATE DEBT with higher interest payments = lower aggregate spending power in the future compared to lower interest rates serving it on the public books)! Load up on loans. // University maintenance grants 4 lower income students in England & Wales are 2be scrapped September 2016 [...] Student maintenance grants to be replaced with loans from 2016-17, to be paid back once people earn more than £21,000 a year. The maintenance loan will increase to £8,200. [will also affect mature students wanting to climb up the ladder].
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july 2015 by asterisk2a

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