Without knowing much about the details I am generally sympathetic. As a pensioner myself I would not want to see anyone having their pension prospects reduced.
Having said that, it happens that I have three grand daughters in their first year of university education this year.
They have had no lectures for three weeks. One of them is/was only getting eight hours of contact time any way.
They are conscientious girls who are becoming rather despondent and wondering why they are running up a large debt and not getting anything for it.
Has anyone got any encouraging words ? I feel so sorry for them - my university education was free.
Should I accept her? - DNA results
They won't help - charity
Supper, tea or dinner? - mealtimes