For immediate release 3 April 2011
Today's renewed arguments about how higher education funding illustrate this election's crucial dividing line, Greens argued. The next Government will either slash public services like education or raise additional revenue. The Tories want to raise it from students themselves, turning education into a market commodity, while Labour, LibDems and SNP have no clear proposals. Only the Greens propose fairer taxation to fund education and avoid leaving students with a lifetime of debt.
Patrick Harvie said: