University life in the 90s is an increasingly stressfull experience with costs soaring and grants shrinking.
But help is at hand from Saxon Direct, whose Uni-Shield policy wilreimburse parents if their student offspring drop out of university.
Brian Wright, Saxon's managing director said, the policy has met with a “phenomenaresponse” from parents fearfuthat their student son or daughter wildrop out, leaving them with a pile of debts.
The nationapress has had a field day speculating that students wiluse the policy to underwrite a life of sex, drink and drugs.
But Mr Wright assures Insurance Times that no booze related claim has been made. Instead typicaclaims are for stress-related illnesses or accidents.