And restore the full "NHS bursary" to encourage new entrants.Could always increase the wages of nurses - encourage UK citizens to take up the profession.
The University of Exeter has almost 7,000 overseas students. #justsayingSounds like plans are afoot to try and stop the pimping out of English uni's:
The Home Secretary has previously complained about foreign students ‘bringing in family members who can piggyback onto their student visas’.www.standard.co.uk
Could all be hot air, but if it isn't, it's not before time.
I believe and this is my opinion that when this thing about "Everyone" should go to Uni started (Mirroring the US) it threw in degrees that at the end of it the jobs that the degree got you weren't well paid and could be done by those just going to a Poly or College with A levels, I know its going back a bit but A levels were something then, Nowadays they're just used as a tool to get into Uni. Drgree/Apprenticeships for a lot of jobs are the way forward imo, You get hands on skills, Life skills and the best training and academia in one plus not being saddled with debt.I'm not convinced there was one there Al, but let's follow it through.
DB9 - Are you suggesting that Labour's policy of getting 50% of young people here into University was wrong?
Think it was Finkelstein on Times Radio earlier this week who suggested informed wisdom in the Tory Party is that circa 150 of their MPs will stand down at the next election. Of course, many will wait until much nearer the next election before announcing their decision, but if a significant Tory defeat looks inevitable will jump ship rather than spoil their CV.
Talking of which, whither your own old mukka, the "stentorian" Sir Geffers Cox? Still doing his " constituency duties" ( and topping up his own retirement funds) in the BVIs?