Just tax the men

November 7, 1997

The debate also produced a nice line in modest proposals. Labour's Lynne Jones, in a typically thoughtful and constructively dissident contribution, noted that the arguments that graduates should pay more because they earn more than non-graduates could equally well be applied to a gender comparison, and suggested it would be just as sensible to put a levy on men.

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