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No Fee Balance Transfer - 0% up to 29 months - Halifax Credit Card
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Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
Ongoing offer - but a timely reminder given Christmas spend and getting the finances in order into the new year. If you are looking to shift a credit card balance - then Halifax o… Read more
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Interestingly I did a soft credit check on Virgin and got a decline. I did a soft credit check with the same details with Halifax and got a 95% chance of approval

vulcan90329th Dec 2017

What's the minimum monthly repayment % on the balance please.


1% a month apparently. That’s what I’ve been told anyway!

russ1729th Dec 2017

I applied for this card, got accepted, and then set up a balance transfer …I applied for this card, got accepted, and then set up a balance transfer along with the direct debit that willmake the minimum monthly payment.they have told me they will keep me updated about the progress of the balance transfer.i have heard nothing about the balance transfer, so, as I already have a Halifax current account, I logged in, found the card account, but saw no balance transfer.contacted customer service and eventually got told that they have a glitch in the balance transfer system, so that not all balance transfers requests will be received, so they won’t know you asked for a balance transfer, and you won’t know that they didn’t get notified of your request!they claimed it was device dependent (the device being used when the balance transfer was applied for) and there’s no fix for this at the moment, and may not be a fix in the future if they don’t get enough complaints to make it cost effective to fix the problem!they told me that they cannot process my balance transfer now until my card is activated, which is likely to be over 7 days, so 7 days off the 90 day balance transfer window.be aware of this glitch if you are trying to do a balance transfer during the application process, as you might run into another month of payments with your existing card provider.


I telephoned them. Apparently balance transfer should be done in 1 working day. Will find out tomorrow I guess.

zabada28th Dec

Yes you can. …Yes you can. https://www.halifax.co.uk/creditcards/help-guidance/existing-customers/second-card/


Thanks so I will be able to apply for this second card and at the same time transfer balance from the first Halifax card?

Just got around to applying, thanks.
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Halifax Clarity Card - £20 cashback! Travel abroad with one simple rate & no usage fees whatsoever
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28/02/2018Expires on 28/02/2018Found 24th Dec 2017Found 24th Dec 2017
Halifax is now offering £20 Cashback for people who take out the card from today until 28th February 2018. All you have to do is spend ANY amount abroad in foreign currency by 31st… Read more

Remember to pay for purchases in the native currency and that if you withdraw cash you pay interest from the day you take it out so pay it off asap.
Edited by: "FireOnAWire" 30th Dec 2017

this is a great card- shame I've already got one,otherwise I would have been all over it!

So you were rejected for the third, hence some of us could apply for a second in order to get the deal?
I had previously thought this was available to all customers, but OP states otherwise

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FrozenFire25th Dec

Does anyone has foreign currency cash withdrawals fee free with zero …Does anyone has foreign currency cash withdrawals fee free with zero interest for the month ? If paid in full.


The simple solution is to make an instant transfer from your UK bank to your credit card account on the day you make a cash withdrawal. Often the instant transfer will arrive first. I have heard that Halifax don't like you pre-loading the card, but never had any problems myself.
Europcar 10% cashback offer for ultimate reward / reward holders @ Halifax
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22/01/2018Expires on 22/01/2018Found 14th Dec 2017Found 14th Dec 2017
Earn 10% Cashback on your next car or van hire with Europcar this winter, maximum reward £30. Offer expires 22/01/2018 and is valid one time only. Payment must be made pri… Read more
hungryhouse 10% cashback offer for ultimate reward holders @ Halifax
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Found 14th Dec 2017Found 14th Dec 2017
If you go into your online banking and active the offer you can get 10% cash back from your debit card and also if go via topcash back get a extra 1%

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5%? really?

Worth noting that I had this 10% offer and the wife only had 5%. Clearly Halifax is sexist and perhaps is making comment on the fact women should be cooking not ordering in. Personally I think it is disgraceful. Needless to say I had a banging kebab.

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cool thanks for feedback

It's on my reward card so not just for ultimate reward users.
Halifax - Kids Regular Saver - interest rate hiked to 4.5% annual
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Found 5th Dec 2017Found 5th Dec 2017
Starved of interest on adult accounts? Moving your hard(ly) earned money to a sun soaked tax shelter!? Wait....the little critters are useful for better interest rates righ… Read more

DazLFC5th Dec

If you really want a no brainer, open a HTB ISA (Providing you're a first …If you really want a no brainer, open a HTB ISA (Providing you're a first time buyer) get 2.25%with Barclays, save £200 per month with initial £1200deposit and withdraw at anytime with interest penalty free even if you decide not to buy a house. Win win and tax free too



Always wondered if even if you weren't a FTB you could open an FTB ISA and just use it as a normal isa savings account as long as you had no intention of trying to get the govt 25% uplift....

If you really want a no brainer, open a HTB ISA (Providing you're a first time buyer) get 2.25%with Barclays, save £200 per month with initial £1200deposit and withdraw at anytime with interest penalty free even if you decide not to buy a house. Win win and tax free too

Thanks

Children's accounts will be taxed as if they're the parents. However, basic rate tax payers can earn £1000 and higher rate tax payers £500 in interest each year without needing to pay tax anyway, so unless you have huge amounts saved, it probably won't be an issue anyway.

I have just opened one for our daughter
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10% cashback on purchases at Morrisons with Halifax debit card until 29/11/2017
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Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
Halifax did this cashback offer many times in the past. It is back again, valid until 29/11/2017. You need to activate the offer first. There have been a few other cashback extra… Read more
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I got Morrisons and Primark in my surprise cashback.

These are personalised offers.

I often receive these offers from Morrison’s, Waitrose or Sainsbury’s. I go in for a small thing and get £50 cashback. Make a fiver out of it. Usually restricted to £10 max so do it twice and make an easy tenner. Then drop into your branch and deposit the money before you spend it

Don't forget to get cashback at the till as you will also get an extra 10% back on that ☺

Up to a maximum of £10 cashback, and includes online purchases. I took advantage last week.

It's worth noting that you will likely only see this offer if you occasionally use your debit card in Morrisons. Back when it was last on, it never showed up in my account, most annoying. So I paid for a small transaction on my debit card at Morrisons the next time I went in, in the hope it would appear at some point (I only use my Tesco credit card for my daily spending). Sure enough, it was there this time.
Halifax Rewards Two Random Cashback Rewards e.g 10% Cashback Primark, Sainsbury's etc.
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Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
'Festive thank you from Halifax & Visa'. Just notice on the Halifax app two new 'present' rewards. You must activate them to see what they are. Only seven days to use them. On… Read more

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I got a new one yesterday. I got 20% cashback in House of Fraser. Worth looking in case you got another one.

I got mine yesterday, two stores I don't shop in; Waitrose and Sainsbury. I don't know how they decide which 'rewards' to give you but I've had nothing useful from mine.

can't see this online or the android app with the pug

Got a Sainsbury's one for the first time ever

Only got one Morrisons for 10%.
It back! {£20 cashback} on Halifax Clarity Card. Great for withdrawing cash and spending abroad with NO fees whatsoever
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28/02/2018Expires on 28/02/2018Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Halifax is now offering £20 Cashback for people who take out the card from today until 28th February 2018. All you have to do is spend ANY amount abroad in foreign currency by 31st… Read more

Great card. Had one for years.
Revolut also worth a look, if you prefer the pre-paid type of card and a nice app to monitor spending.
You can hold accounts in multiple currencies and their rates are very good.
(It also allows you to buy and sell Bitcoin and Ethereum now)

I highly recommend Monzo card and used it throughout my recent overseas trip. I also withdrew cash through ATM machine without additional charges. It also sends instant notification through app when the card is charged.

simon14910 m ago

It doesn"t need to show in your account for you to make a payment .If i"m …It doesn"t need to show in your account for you to make a payment .If i"m abroad for a week i use this card to withdraw cash and pay for stuff in shops , when i get home i make a payment for roughly what i think i"ve spent in cash , when i get the statement the interest is always less than 50p .Only get charged interest on the cash withdrawal so don"t need to pay off the card purchases until the statement appears


Yes it doesnt have to show. But you dont know the exact amount, it may be very small, but something that could be avoided.

master1022nd Nov

I have this card and it is very good for spending abroad. All i would say …I have this card and it is very good for spending abroad. All i would say is that the cash machone withdrawel although it has no fees, interest is charged from the day you withdraw and it may not show for a few days so you cant pay. Not a month later as with normal card usage. I also got this when they had £20 cashback a few months back. Cant complain


It doesn"t need to show in your account for you to make a payment .If i"m abroad for a week i use this card to withdraw cash and pay for stuff in shops , when i get home i make a payment for roughly what i think i"ve spent in cash , when i get the statement the interest is always less than 50p .Only get charged interest on the cash withdrawal so don"t need to pay off the card purchases until the statement appears

Yes it's only for new customers who applied this year, so no £20 for mmmwahhh
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Halifax offering 25% Cashback for Costa, Harvester & Subway and 20% Cashback on Co-op food
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Found 15th Nov 2017Found 15th Nov 2017
As per title Halifax dabit card Cashback offers for current account customers, may be user specific

anyone advice please:

Could I use the debit card to buy gift card at co-op
Could I use the debit card to top up amazon using pay point at co-op

Would those count? My local co-op is far away so I would like to do the above instead of grocery shopping, thanks

tovers936 h, 34 m ago

Worth noting that any cashback you claim in a store also counts. Let's say …Worth noting that any cashback you claim in a store also counts. Let's say you have one for 10% at Waitrose. You could buy a 50p chocolate bar and ask for £50 cashback and pay with your Halifax card. You'd then earn £5 in statement credit!


Did not know this hell of a tip!

What about their cradit card

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Never got more than 10% anywhere...5% at Co-op for me!
25% off Costa with Halifax rewards (account specific)
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Found 11th Nov 2017Found 11th Nov 2017
Halifax are currently offering 25% off costa coffee if paying with debit card, will need to activate first. Basically you can get a £20 gift card and get £5cash back etc.
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I was advised in my Costa that they don't do gift cards.... I have to get it at Tesco!

got this on my account! also subway and harvester!

Thanks OP, never remember to check these offers, better use it before my accout gets switched to Yorkshire bank end of the month

Not on my account

needmoresleep6 h, 31 m ago

Maths has never been my strongest subject. Let's just blame it on the time …Maths has never been my strongest subject. Let's just blame it on the time it was posted #needsmoresleep

I see your username after I post this
£10 back on £100 spend @ Morrisons (= 10% discount @ Amazon etc) - Halifax current a/c or credit card (selected a/cs)
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Found 16th Oct 2017Found 16th Oct 2017
To get this deal you need to go to your online Halifax current a/c or credit card a/c & activate the offer. If you buy £100 of Amazon giftcards (using Halifax card), you'll get… Read more
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luvsadealdealdeal1 m ago

couple of daysmy Waitrose one still hasn't tracked after a week so I'll …couple of daysmy Waitrose one still hasn't tracked after a week so I'll give them a ring


Thanks

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vassy19 m ago

I did the pay point top up on Sunday using my Halifax card. How long did …I did the pay point top up on Sunday using my Halifax card. How long did it take for the cashback to be tracked in your Halifax account ?



couple of days

my Waitrose one still hasn't tracked after a week so I'll give them a ring

luvsadealdealdeal16th Oct

Co-Ops often have PayPoint, so any bill you can pay there (incl council …Co-Ops often have PayPoint, so any bill you can pay there (incl council tax for me) will work with this discount deal under its Co-Op guise


I did the pay point top up on Sunday using my Halifax card. How long did it take for the cashback to be tracked in your Halifax account ?

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ljbutchik076 m ago

where is the Morrison deal?



in Morrisons

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vassy17 h, 38 m ago

I'm waiting



it's my Tesco free £12 you jokester
Get £125 if you switch to Halifax
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Found 3rd Oct 2017Found 3rd Oct 2017
It's back again, until the 13th of November, think it was the same as the previous offer, not entirely sure 'The offer applies to applications received in branch, online (Ultimate… Read more

I got my money and have since swapped to nationwide where me and my partner got £200

I spoke to customer services and they confirmed no minimum term that I need to stay with them, so I can move once the DD's have been activated right? If so I'll move to TSB in a few days before going to Nationwide as I know Nationwide requires you to be there for at least 3 months

I got the £125 in my new account 3 days after the application and 4 before the actual completion!

Thinking of moving from nationwide flexplus to this ultimate reward

Got my £125 now to wait for the direct debits to switch and come out so I can move again to nationwide for another £200 All whilst still having my original account still active. Free money!
Up to 15% Cashback on Halifax Current Accounts. (Not on Basic Account.)
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Found 29th Sep 2017Found 29th Sep 2017
These may be account specific but worth checking your C/A online to see if you qualify. I hadn't seen an email alerting me to this but found it on the website and was pleasantly s… Read more
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£2.50 free money - you also get the % cashback on £ cashback that you withdraw at the till! I get £2.50 (5% cashback) from Halifax on the £50 cashback I withdraw at the till when I shop in waitrose ( on top of the % cashback for the shopping ) & then go to Halifax & pay back in the £50 cashback !!!! Also get the same deal at Morrisons.

Not at all, I'm just saying if you thought it was something new

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stevemack5 m ago

Hate to say it but this has been going for about 4-5 years now


Doesn't make it any less of a good deal and worth mentioning for people like me who don't check the perks on their accounts as often as they should.

Hate to say it but this has been going for about 4-5 years now
Halifax 33 months 0% BT with reduced .57% fee and £20 cashback
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Found 9th Sep 2017Found 9th Sep 2017
LOW FEE 0% BALANCE TRANSFER. 0% interest for up to 33 months from account opening on balance transfers made in the first 90 days. Minimum £100 balance transfer. At least 51% of … Read more

Anyway to check eligibility before applying?

Got for daughter, whose Nationwide card is ending. TCB tracking link to this deal was down, but they said to do a manual cashback claim, so fingers crossed.

I was offered 3% transfer fee but doesnt say if I can get refund on the transfer fee. please can anyone confirm?

£21 topcashback to

Site seems to be down, takes you through to the start my application page but once you click that it just redirects to halifax.co.uk...
Halifax or Lloyds £5 back for £10 spend at GiffGaff - probably account specific
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Found 5th Sep 2017Found 5th Sep 2017
I've got an offer in my Halifax online banking - worth having a look to see if you are a customer of both Halifax and GiffGaff. Earn £5 cashback when you spend £10 or more on you… Read more

Topped up by £10 but nothing showing up in cashback after 48 hours, meh.

I just toped up £10, how do i get my money back?

Not a bad deal! I have a Halifax Clarity credit card and have just logged in but can't see where an offer like this would be..?

huh, got voted cold when i posted this deal a few months ago !

Appearing on my Santander account too.
Get paid £22 for Halifax customers when buying EE pay monthly
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Found 31st Aug 2017Found 31st Aug 2017
Get paid £22 for customers with Halifax current accounts Halifax are offering £50 cashback with any pay monthly contract and it will be paid after the 2nd direct debit payment… Read more
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sadman12019 h, 46 m ago

or just give your 30 days notice after the first bill comes so then you …or just give your 30 days notice after the first bill comes so then you will only pay 2 bills and get the cashback...


Nope, need to give 2 DD payments to receive cashback. Cannot believe this hasn't been expired, it's out and out incorrect!
Edited by: "maxcovergold" 11th Sep 2017

maxcovergold8th Sep

You pay for your months plan in advance and DD guarantee means bills …You pay for your months plan in advance and DD guarantee means bills require three weeks noticed before being charged, so pretty much every service you can get requires paying first month on card/cash or the first charge is for two months, hence you will have to pay £41.97 minimum in order to get this cashback.This deal should be edited to show this or expired.


or just give your 30 days notice after the first bill comes so then you will only pay 2 bills and get the cashback...

hadouken88815 m ago

The first payment should count as a direct debt. Never heard of a deposit …The first payment should count as a direct debt. Never heard of a deposit for a sim only plan


You pay for your months plan in advance and DD guarantee means bills require three weeks noticed before being charged, so pretty much every service you can get requires paying first month on card/cash or the first charge is for two months, hence you will have to pay £41.97 minimum in order to get this cashback.

This deal should be edited to show this or expired.
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maxcovergold2 h, 17 m ago

That's my point, you normally have to pay first month on card (£13.99), …That's my point, you normally have to pay first month on card (£13.99), you'll then need to pay x2 DD (£27.98) before you cancel, leaving you with profit of £8.03

The first payment should count as a direct debt. Never heard of a deposit for a sim only plan

hadouken88815 h, 8 m ago

No as you need to cancel after the 2nd direct debit


That's my point, you normally have to pay first month on card (£13.99), you'll then need to pay x2 DD (£27.98) before you cancel, leaving you with profit of £8.03
New EE contract £50 cash back via Halifax direct debit - selected accounts only
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Found 17th Aug 2017Found 17th Aug 2017
Great offer for anyone who is planning on a new EE contract via Halifax (selected accounts only) On my halifax cash back is a £50 cash back offer with new EE contracts when you se… Read more
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Thinking if getting a 30 day rolling contract £25 a month n cancelling after second month as I would like to go back to three but as a new customer to get the online tcb offer...long winded but might be worth a try...

Wonder if this will work via Quidco and Unidays 20% off?

neither me nor mrs have it unfortunately heat added though.

Just had a look on my Santander 123 account and seen the same deal. £50 cashbook when you take any EE monthly deal!

Just bought a S8 from a deal on here last week. Will be really happy if I get this.

Thank you OP and PanagiotisRogakos

HOW exaclty do you get this??

Anyone to check or active offer?


Thanks
10% off your next shop at Aldi with Halifax (possibly account specific)
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Found 6th Aug 2017Found 6th Aug 2017
Just found this on my Halifax Credit Card. Generally not too many discounts at Aldi recently. Possibly also available with other banks such as Santander. Earn 10% Cashback on y… Read more
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Does Aidl sell giftcards?

Does this work if you activate and shope instore or is it online only?
Thanks

I'll only buy something if I want it and it's an affordable price anyway...cashback offers are just an added bonus & not a reason to spend more money unnecessarily in my opinion. Each to their own though.

Not on mine. They always seem to give you offers on where you haven't shopped before (usually this is where you don't want to shop - for me anyway!) as previous people have stated.

Thanks just activated it.
Halifax 29 months 0% apr and no fee to transfer your money longest and cheapest on the market
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Found 5th Aug 2017Found 5th Aug 2017
Special mse deal NO FEE 0% BALANCE TRANSFER. Important information about our credit cards: If your application is successful you’ll get a credit limit and any… Read more

You can't really complain at this deal. If you have a card that you are paying interest on, this is an absolute no brainer.
My current 0% is finishing, so I'm using this card to finish off paying my last bit of unsecured debt.

scoobytawazara45 m ago

Hi yes what I meant is is this a money transfer credit card to credit card …Hi yes what I meant is is this a money transfer credit card to credit card or balance transfer ie to anywhere.I think it is only from credit cards?


You are right. I just had a closer look at the offer and it is infact a balance transfer from Halifax to pay off another credit card. The title of this post is wrong as it says no fee to transfer your money?

Hi yes what I meant is is this a money transfer credit card to credit card or balance transfer ie to anywhere.I think it is only from credit cards?

scoobytawazara11 m ago

Hi can I transfer money into bank account to pay off overdraft or is it …Hi can I transfer money into bank account to pay off overdraft or is it just from a credit card? thanks


Once the money is in your bank account, its your money. You can do whatever you wish to do with it.

Hi can I transfer money into bank account to pay off overdraft or is it just from a credit card? thanks
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Halifax student account 0% £3,000 overdraft for up to five years
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Students opening a current account with the Halifax can potentially get a 0% overdraft up to £3,000 in each year of study. This is the best overdraft deal I’ve seen this year. Mos… Read more
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prit64839 h, 10 m ago

I don't agree with that. If you can afford to pay it off/ your parents …I don't agree with that. If you can afford to pay it off/ your parents agree to pay it off after the 0% period and then you pay them back it's definitely worth it. Since this money is actually cheaper than your student loans.


Lets see if your understanding changes when you reach the ripe old age of 25.

eatmorefish31st Jul

Don't get into debt kids. Just don't. Very few manage to pay it off as …Don't get into debt kids. Just don't. Very few manage to pay it off as planned. Its just one more way you are being scr3wed over by the older generation.


I don't agree with that. If you can afford to pay it off/ your parents agree to pay it off after the 0% period and then you pay them back it's definitely worth it. Since this money is actually cheaper than your student loans.

"English students will be in debt for their whole lives virtually" ?? Any outstanding debt is written off after 30 years! Thankfully, not all of the younger generation have a misguided sense of entitlement. They don't all want everything handed to them on a plate, instantly and for free.

Alice, English student at Kings College (Unsure whether to vote Lib Dem or Labour): “I’m not in favour of scrapping tuition fees, ....... Why should I get a degree for free that gives me personally so much and enables me to have higher earning power for years of my life. I’m very happy to pay a bit for that, I think that’s fair.”

Felix, Law student at the London School of Economics (Labour): “If you make it too cheap then its just going to encourage a load of people to go to uni literally just to have a good time, because it is a good time.”

Master.G7 h, 33 m ago

Non-social landlords house people. People who would otherwise be on the …Non-social landlords house people. People who would otherwise be on the social housing waiting list. Empty properties are the problem. Also, you should Google 'Ponzi scheme'. The only investor that will lose out in this case is the public purse when the majority of the debts are written off. The reality is that most students are getting a loan where they won't pay off the whole of the capital and not one penny of any interest. And some still want to blame the older generation for giving them such a terrible deal.


They also take property off the market from actual home buyers, cause price inflation on a non-productive asset and generally houses becoming simple profit making machines causing issues for the whole economy - no thanks. .

English students will be in debt for their whole lives virtually due to their tuition fee policy - instead of just raising the funds from general taxation and being more honest. Just as the 'older generation' got.

wildecat1 h, 59 m ago

BTL is part of the problem - non-social landlords should be penalised by …BTL is part of the problem - non-social landlords should be penalised by the tax system.The whole English tuition fee system is a ponzy scheme as most will never be paid off.



Non-social landlords house people. People who would otherwise be on the social housing waiting list. Empty properties are the problem. Also, you should Google 'Ponzi scheme'. The only investor that will lose out in this case is the public purse when the majority of the debts are written off. The reality is that most students are getting a loan where they won't pay off the whole of the capital and not one penny of any interest. And some still want to blame the older generation for giving them such a terrible deal.