UCL ‘likely to have breached consumer law’ in academic sanctions threat against rent strikers

UK“University College London was ‘likely to have breached consumer law’ by threatening academic sanctions against students who went on a rent strike over poor living conditions, according to the Competition and Markets Authority. The CMA said in a statement published today that UCL is ‘now revising its terms and conditions …'” (more)

[John Morgan, Times Higher Education, 13 November]

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