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The universities minister described the A levels fiasco as a triple lock for students. For every triple lock, someone has to pay for it. In the case of rich pensioners, it's the tax payer and future pensioners. In the case of recent recipients of inflated A-level and GCSEs, it's the previous year's students who suffer for having lower grades, and the value of UK education system. Inflation of incomes and qualifications is the sort of thing Gordon Brown did. What are they going to do a 'triple lock' on next? Triple lock energy bills, so you can get the lowest of a fixed or variable rate tariff at the end of your energy contract? Triple lock National Lottery, so you can choose the biggest prize you would have got for your numbers over the last 3 weeks? Who's going to pay?

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22 minutes ago, Si1 said:

The universities minister described the A levels fiasco as a triple lock for students. For every triple lock, someone has to pay for it. In the case of rich pensioners, it's the tax payer and future pensioners. In the case of recent recipients of inflated A-level and GCSEs, it's the previous year's students who suffer for having lower grades, and the value of UK education system. Inflation of incomes and qualifications is the sort of thing Gordon Brown did. What are they going to do a 'triple lock' on next? Triple lock energy bills, so you can get the lowest of a fixed or variable rate tariff at the end of your energy contract? Triple lock National Lottery, so you can choose the biggest prize you would have got for your numbers over the last 3 weeks? Who's going to pay?

Triple lock on house prices. Anyone with liquid assets is going to pay for it.

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  • 417 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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