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Students to face 'lifelong graduate tax'

🎓 University graduates are set to be forced to pay more for their student loans, i has been told. The Government is understood to be poised to lower the repayment threshold from £27,295 a year to £25,000. And, the length of time over which graduates have to continue paying back their loans is likely to be increased to 40 years.

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    Student loans: Graduates will pay more with repayments set to start at £25k threshold and last extra 10 years

    Student loans: Graduates will pay more with repayments set to start at £25k threshold and last extra 10 years

    The proposals are likely to apply to new students taking out loans, rather than those who are already studying or current graduates.

    A 'lifelong graduate tax'

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