Interesting the government want to stop snobbery in education, but would unlikely go with it themselves. I'm not sure a new law is going to do it. For most people, high fees have meant not going to university is becoming more the norm. The snobbery still lies with those within them. Once the idea is realised that skilled working can often end up paying more, and being more flexible than some service related industries, then perhaps something can start to happen.
Now the government has said it wants to tackle "outdated snobbery" around technical education and vocational training by forcing schools to provide careers advice that includes these options.