||British universities say they risk failing a generation unless students get better mental health care
A Universities UK report found some students risked "slipping through the gaps" due to a lack of co-ordination between the NHS and universities.
The most up-to-date statistics show 146 students killed themselves in 2016. At Bristol, three students have died suddenly in the past month alone.
Henry Curtis-Williams, 21, took his own life in 2016
News by BBC - 13th May 2018