Grammar strike hits students

13th February 2004 at 00:00
Leicester college insists it's pretty much business as usual, as lecturers continue their all-out strike over new contracts.

And its students' education would appear to be of the highest standard, as a statement from its student union president Tom Steele shows: "After consultation with both parties is (sic) decided that the students (sic) unions (sic) official position is to not take either side but to push for arbitration."

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