Yes, there should be a graduate tax – but just for the ‘charmed generations’ aged between 45 and 70

“The problem with the prospective and uncertain cuts outlined recently is that we all are so busy working out how to deal with them that we haven’t stopped to ask the obvious question: ‘Is there really an alternative way to reduce the deficit?’ Moreover, it is only natural that we focus on cuts to school, college and early year education, with the result that we pay less attention to other sectors …” (more)

[Tim Brighouse, TES Connect, 5 November]

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