Letter: Debt and taxes 2

November 16, 2001

In the November 8 adjournment debate, MP Barry Sheerman said:

"We consulted all the universities in the area. We invited groups of students, members of staff (to give) evidence about whether and to what extent debt aversion was a problem."

Common sense suggests that the debt averse would not have been there to be consulted.

David Hitchin
Seaford

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