Relax, Phil, she'll be ok. She'll be going to a university that is better funded than ever befor, with more students than ever before, from a wider social mix than ever before, and no ffes to pay up front, and without having to pay a penny in fees until she had graduated and got a job paying more than £25k a year. However, her chances of getting a job have steadily increased as unemployment has fallen and the economy has grown.
The rest is just guesswork fuelled by Labour poison. Fear not for the Health Sevice either, for despite the wishes of those on the left to see it fail so they can say "I told you so." the budget is on the increase.
Regarding employment law, the excesses of zero hours contracts have been eliminated, though now that
Labour has been decisivly rejected by the electorate, Labour MPs and Labour councils will now continue to use zero hours contracts.
Finally, the election result is in part because so many decided not to believe Miliband and his unworkable solutions to problems that don't exist.
Correct me if I'm wrong
Never worked on zero hour contracts
Already own your house if not more than one.
Didnt pay for higher education
Don't know what the bedroom tax is
Not much interaction with NHS recently
Already in well paid job. Possibly high tax payer.
The NHS is falling apart worse than it did in the 80's and 90's
I remember black Wednesday and 15% interest rates.
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