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Nearly one in four students complain of poor mental health

Research shows students are more likely than non-students to say mental health is suffering

A higher proportion of students than their peers who are not in education say their mental health is poor, prompting calls for better support from policymakers.

A report published by the Resolution Foundation think tank on 5 July, titled Out of the Woods?, revealed that last month, 23 per cent of students said their mental health is poor compared with 19 per cent of non-students.

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