Saw these books advertised in wetherspoons, went to the bar and asked, was asked if I had any friends and family and given a handful of books lol, also wasn't asked for any ID and I'm not even student aged 😁
I think you miss the point. Weatherspoons provides a cheap alternative where nobody would expect fine dining or high quality.
They do, it's just not theirs (embarrassed)
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/business/business-news/wetherspoons-brexit-jgermeister-french-brandy-15141131 rumour is they are only serving mead and homebrew in the future
I'm 60 soon and long since retired. So this post seems even weirder. But... Are you saying it's not in the UK's interests to educate its citizens? Or are you saying the government shouldn't subsidise anything? Because it does. Loads and loads of industries and things get loads and loads of government money. We pay out more in corporate subsidies than we get back via corporation tax for instance. My own family has done well from farming subsidies because some of them are old land owners. I personally think investing in educating kids is probably a smart idea, especially given the self-sufficient route a lot of people seem to be pushing for these days.