Why does Corbyn want to take from the poor to subsidise the rich?

Daniel Mahoney, Head of Economic Research and Deputy Director of the Centre for Policy Studies, writes in CapX on tuition fees and university access for disadvantaged students.

In the piece, Daniel argues that Jeremy Corbyn’s plan to abolish tuition fees and “tackle” student debt will lead to non-graduates subsidising university education for graduates who – on average – earn £9,000 per annum more.


Read Daniel’s full piece on the CapX website.

Date Added: Friday 4th August 2017