‘Like baby food’: UK students’ lockdown complaints grow

Isolating students say they are being charged high prices for low quality food by universities

Students in lockdown across Britain have complained about the cost and quality of the food provided by their universities, with some charged hundreds of pounds for meal packages including baked beans and pot noodles.

With outbreaks recorded at more than 90 UK universities, some involving hundreds of people, the support provided by the institutions is coming under scrutiny.

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