SARAH FERGUSON: However, do you accept that there is a hit in the way that you’ve set up the loan repayments that hurts women and poorer people more than it does high income earners? Do you accept that’s the consequence?
CHRISTOPHER PYNE: No, absolutely not. And I don’t accept it because what will happen at universities is that vice chancellors and their leadership teams will know that they should not charge and will not charge higher fees for courses which are typically going to be studied by people who’ll be nurses and teachers and therefore not earn high incomes over a period of time. Now, women are well-represented amongst the teaching and nursing students. They will not be able to earn the high incomes that say dentists or lawyers will earn, and vice chancellors in framing their fees, their fee structure, will take that into account. Therefore the debts of teachers and nurses will be lower than the debts, for example, of lawyers and dentists.
It’s like when I take a picture and think “I don’t look like that.” So I take more. And apparently, yes, I really do look like that.Apparently I think that I have far fewer facial features than I do.
when you work it out, let me know?
Aside from needed a new face completely, I think that part of the problem is that I have a dark bedroom and a lot of sunlight coming in. So I can get my face looking 70% not weird but it looks like I only have one eyebrow because the other is so washed out etc.