Students who are unable to secure jobs after leaving university may be offered paid internships for three months.
Well, not that bit, that bit is a good idea... the justification however:
Mr Denham told the paper: "At the end, they will be more employable, and some of them will get jobs. Employers won't want to let good people go.
"These are the children of the baby-boomers. They will be a very big group. What do we do with them? We can't just leave people to fend for themselves."
Err what? You would think we were a bunch of little fluffy baby chicks, not grown up people who are perfectly capable of work and independent thinking and stuff and ting like that.
The problem is that a load of us are lazy fucks who expect things to be handed to us on a plate and have never worked before university because our parents gave us free money, so have a non existence Curriculum Vitae, and yet believe we should walk straight into jobs editing Vogue or some other such shiiiiiiiiiiiiiit and freak out at the prospect of earning peanuts or working hard doing menial boring tasks on the road to getting there.
Get back to making the tea, bitches. If you're good, you'll get there one day.