Britain’s first drug-free university? Buckingham’s Vice Chancellor forces students to sign ‘zero tolerance’ contracts after he was hit by the death of a ‘vivacious’ 21-year-old after taking a toxic batch of GBL
A university is to ask students to sign contracts agreeing not to take drugs in its bid to become Britain’s first ‘drug-free campus’.
Students at Buckingham University are being asked to start a ‘revolution’ in making drug-taking ‘socially unacceptable’ in higher education – but will still kick out those who flaunt the rules.
Vice-chancellor Sir Anthony Seldon says it is ‘insane’ to allow drug-taking in universities to continue ‘with half and more students taking them’.
And he warns that education bosses are in danger of ‘colluding in the mass consumption of illegal drugs on our premises’.
Buckingham University will be asking students to sign contracts agreeing not to take drugs in its bid to become Britain’s first ‘drug-free campus’ and start a ‘revolution’. Pictured: Verney Park Campus at Buckingham University
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