UK students skipping meals because of cost of living crisis

From The Guardian: “Students are skipping meals and relying on hardship funds and family support because of the cost of living crisis, with one in four saying they are in danger of dropping out of university, according to a survey. Research carried out for the Sutton Trust found nearly a quarter of the 1,000 UK students interviewed said they were ‘less likely’ to be able to complete their degree because of cost pressures, while one in three from working class families said they were cutting down on food to save money.”

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