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In the wake of a new independent report levelling damning critique of Warwick’s handling of the case, our clients are quoted:

"All I've heard [from Warwick University] for months is: 'we're listening, we want to fix this, this isn't going to happen again'.

But as far as I'm concerned things are still going wrong."

Explaining her reasoning, Danielle said: "I didn't want people to look at our case and think 'I'm never going to complain when something like this happens to me'.

"I wanted an ending that says 'OK things might go wrong but there's always a way that you can challenge that'."

The Sunday Times looks at the urgent problem of sexual harassment and assault at universities in the UK.

Dr Ann Olivarius advises the newspaper that legislation, compulsory consent classes and financial penalties are the only remedies that will bring about a change.

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The Economist interviews Dr Ann Olivarius on a new law which requires all Minnesota freshmen to be given anti-rape training within the first 10 days of the school year.

Read the full story: The Economist: Campus Sexual Assault Re-Education