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I think the gov have just announced that all education - up to A level - will be free for under 25's.

This is the new limit - after A levels you have no 'right ' to an education.

What limits will the government be setting next I wonder?

Sorry , they already have...you can have 25% of a flat but you have no right to anything else.

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This is the new limit - after A levels you have no 'right ' to an education.

And A levels hardly count as 'an education'.

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I think the gov have just announced that all education - up to A level - will be free for under 25's. [2005]

Good job the government are outlawing age discrimination in employment and vocational training from October 2006.

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I think the gov have just announced that all education - up to A level - will be free for under 25's.

This is the new limit - after A levels you have no 'right ' to an education.

What limits will the government be setting next I wonder?

Sorry , they already have...you can have 25% of a flat but you have no right to anything else.

Hmmm.... I tend to prefer that all young people can continue in school until A level standard with reasonable costs being met, and take evening classes at affordable levels than we continue financing large numbers of mediocre students taking mediocre courses.

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So evening classes are full of middle class people, really thats very interesting.

I thought evening classes were full of people working their backsides off during the day to put food on the table, because they cannot afford to go full time and have no job.

What a strange country we now live in, where education is considered elitist.

I suppose in a few years time, anyone who can string two sentences together without dribbling will fall foul of the too big for you boots tax.

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