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This website is used for investigative work, much of which was picked up ..
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Happy New Year! This blog has now been running for nearly nine years. In recent months, the output has slowed and I see that I haven’t ..read more
Everyone’s attention was elsewhere yesterday, but ONS’s monthly release on public finances included its promised update on the ..read more
The Office for National Statistics has finalised its work on the classification of student loans in the national accounts. On its new ..read more
The latest issue of London Review of Books contains my essay on how the two sales of student loans have managed to lose £2billion ..read more
Student loans are complex and confusing. The design is now flawed as a result of a series of piecemeal decisions and the cost is too high ..read more
I am not posting to this blog as regularly as I would like. This is largely because I am a bit bogged down with consultancy work ( ..read more
The £1.1billion figures was confirmed in the DfE accounts published last week. Critical Education £1.15billion was lost on the ..read more
I’m posting this again as it connects to yesterday’s post on reducing interest rates. The pdf included at the bottom has more detail ..read more
The Sunday Times reports today that the independent Augar review may recommend lowering interest rates on post-2012 student loans from RPI ..read more
You’ve probably seen the coverage of the Money Saving Expert / Russell Group team-up and their proposals for overhauling the annual ..read more

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