The customer is always right
Students at one of Britain's most sought-after universities are demanding more value for money after their tuition was reduced to two hours a week.
History undergraduates at Bristol say they thought they were paying fees to be educated by renowned academics, not to receive "library membership and a reading list".
Isn't it wonderful what the effect of students actually having to pay for their course is having - they are demanding value for money like any other consumer. Excellent.