As students return to University following the Christmas holidays, those at the University of East Anglia can be assured that their student union is at the cutting edge of political relevance in these hard times:
"The Union of UEA Students has passed policy to introduce gender neutral toilets in Union House in order to accomodate for those who do not identify within the male-female gender binary."
Concrete, UEA's Student Newspaper, Issue 276, Tuesday 4 December.
The article goes on to state that the budget for this is not confirmed. That is perhaps not surprising - the UEA Students Union has a deficit of £132,000, although this is expected to fall to £114,500 over the course of the academic year.
There's a whole world outside of your University campus boys and girls - and it looks very, very different to the one some of you are cocooned in.