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First drug free Uni campus.

First drug free Uni campus.

A university is to ask students to sign contracts promising not to take drugs on its property in a bid to become Britain's first drug-free campus.

Buckingham University vice-chancellor Sir Anthony Seldon said institutions were "failing students on drugs".

As reported in the Sunday Times, the number of UK students disciplined for drug use has risen by 42% since 2015.

But former chief constable Tom Lloyd said Buckingham's proposal "infantilised" adult students.

The Sunday Times figures came from freedom of information requests.

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