Banks on it

May 5, 1995

Maybe student life in the 1960s was all it was cracked up to be. Tony Banks MP, on his time as an undergraduate at York: "It was a time when the number of times one could get laid was exceeded only by the number of job opportunities - a state of affairs which applies today only in the House of Commons. And to think we did it all on local authority grants !"

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