The right-wing press has latched on to an interview with Prof Malcolm Gillies of London Metropolitan University in which he reportedly said he wants to create alcohol free areas on campus out of "cultural sensitivity".
The Mail went with: "London university considers stopping sale of 'immoral' alcohol on campus because it offends their Muslim students." The Telegraph reported: "A university Vice-Chancellor is planning to ban the sale of alcohol in parts of the campus because some Muslim students believe it is 'evil' and 'immoral'.
Abhijit Pandya offers his insights into the controversy over the non-existent plan by London Metropolitan University vice-chancellor Malcolm Gillies to ban the sale of alcohol on campus: "The promotion of this Islamic non-drinking c... Read Post
Muslim students at a university considering banning alcohol from parts of its campus have hit out at the plan – fearing they will be blamed for the move. Students at London Metropolitan University said banning alcohol in the name of... Read Post