Get daily news updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Financial desperation is not the only reasons British undergraduates are turning to prostitution, with some continuing to work in the sex industry after leaving university, students have revealed. Many students claim they resort to illicit sex industries as they have no other way of paying their way until graduation, with claims of girls offering sex to their landlord in lieu of rent. But some are being drawn to it purely as a better paid option than bar tending or waiting tables, or even for pleasure and power kicks or the dream of being a "kept man" in one case, it has emerged. In a series of frank interviews, current and former students who are on the game have told how and why they got into the seedy world and how it makes them feel.
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Share via Email Are students falling in love with vegetables? Sophie Wolfson They say you are what you eat. My attempts at cooking in my own student days would inevitably produce unsightly failures; inducing indigestion after I was forced to stuff them down at a lightning pace to hide the evidence. However a survey of 11, students across Europe , conducted by controversial health-shake makers Herbalife, shows there may be a new wave of healthier students at universities who have wised up to the advantages of eating well and staying fit. According to the research, students now believe they are healthier than the non-student population. But hold your healthy horses for just one second. Before we all dance naked around a bonfire of Chicken Cottage boxes — in celebration of the dawning of the age of salad-scoffing students — perhaps we should consider a nugget of information from the eight-spicy-wings-for-a-pound of journalism that is the Daily Mail.
The study of 6, men, published in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections, found that single men aged , in managerial or professional occupations and those who reported high numbers of sexual partners, were the most likely to say that they had paid for sex. Men who reported binge drinking once a week or more or taking hard drugs in the past year were also more likely to pay for sex. Many report other hedonistic and risky behaviours including heavy drinking and drug taking.
Alamy Britain faces exclusion from one of the glowing successes of European Union membership: Exclusion from Erasmus would also have an impact on university student finances, alongside the crisis facing funds for science, research and other grants. Since the programme started in over , UK students have taken part, with their grants paid by EU funding. Erasmus, named after the Renaissance humanist philosopher, was launched by the European commission in , since when more than two million young people have benefited from the EU-funded grants to study across 27 countries. By that had risen to 15,