Actually, it seems to be just one family right now. But perhaps others will join? Anyway FAND asks a good question:
Servicing the national debt is costing the average worker – not a graduate – £27.69 a week. Under [Lord] Browne’s plan [for reforming university funding], a graduate would have to earn £37k before repaying the same weekly sum towards their fees. Why are we angry about the prospect of better-off people paying money in the future for a valuable education, but not angry about worse-off people paying the same amount of money now for nothing whatsoever?