No idea. However it has to be noted that I'm a decade out of date. My wife qualified in Midwifery in 2010 when the degree course was free. Now it's £9k a year, so I suspect that the incentive to actually practice what you pay for might be higher now?
You'd also be surprised how many CV's and applications for vacancies I get from graduates who haven't done anything close to the degree course since graduating.
...but most agree that we are British & proud of that fact and NOT European, who we have had to fight for, against & in, twice in the last 100 years or so costing us £trillions & more importantly, millions of lost & damaged men, women & children. If any bill has to be paid for Brexit, it should be by the European countries who we helped defeat & liberate..
It must be nice in your rose-tinted world, where it was all "Britain liberating the Europeans" - except by your line of reasoning, the Russians should far more deserving of payment from Europe after paying an unbelievable price in blood in two World Wars - and we certainly shouldn't criticise them for invading Crimea and the Donbass, spreading Polonium-210 around London and nerve agents around Salisbury.