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Medical students unlikely to repay student debts during working life


"For medical students yet to have children, they need to factor in £30,000 a year per child for a day school if there is no decent grammar school in their locality." Or maybe they could just send their kids to a comprehensive (like the rest of the population) and use the money to pay back their debts.

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21 Apr 2015

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