Two of London universities are named as top spots for nightlife

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Two of London universities are named as top spots for nightlife
5th December 2014

Two out of London's fifteen universities have broken into the top-rated group for nightlife, according to a new survey by the consumer site Which? 

Stephen Brown, Director at and also former deputy leader of the National Union of Students, discusses the findings. Stephen suggests the results focus less on London as a city, and more on what each individual university can offer students, including how well unions meet students' needs and what sense of community is inspired. 

The also suggests our future leaders are most likely to be studying in the capital with SOAS and LSE coming in the top group for "political life." Stephen isn't confident this means the end of Oxbridge-dominated governments, though. 

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