Our thanks to William for this. An extract:
Some 46 per cent of young adults say they have suffered from anxiety in the past 12 months – significantly higher than the 35 per cent recorded by adults.
It comes after the Government’s behaviour tsar last February labelled students who demand to be protected from controversial views as snowflakes.
Tom Bennett said that the problem began at school when too many children were protected from the ‘harsher realities of the world’.
And last month the Mail on Sunday uncovered that growing numbers of ‘snowflake’ students are appealing for special exemptions after missing essay deadlines.
Our paper’s investigation found top universities, including Oxford and Cambridge, were inundated with thousands of appeals last year – because students overslept. [J4MB emphasis]