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The Wiki Man

Sending more people to uni isn’t the answer

10 November 2018

9:00 AM

10 November 2018

9:00 AM

Imagine a world where employers judged applicants solely on their dress. Anyone in frayed clothes or scuffed shoes would never get a job. This would be unfair to poorer applicants so, in the name of equality, the government might offer favourable loans up to £1,000 to buy interview clothing. At first glance this would seem a wonderful way to promote fairness.

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