'University is unbelievably like Love Island'

Ruth is settling in at the University of York, coping with a demanding French and Spanish degree course. She's uncomfortable with the banning of a campaign against the crackdown on the Hong Kong protestors by the Chinese government, and wonders what it says about free speech on campus. With an election in the offing she's not sure she and her fellow students will dutifully march out and vote Labour as expected. Meanwhile, back on campus, Ruth reveals the horrors of Oriental Night in the cafeteria!

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