You want to go to the library at 3am? Britain's the place
A quarter of UK universities offer round-the-clock opening for flexible study. Matthew Reisz reports. An international survey of universities has revealed a striking difference between the library services offered by British institutions and those in the rest of the world. Although it remains unusual, a far greater proportion of British universities now keep their libraries open 24 hours a day than their counterparts elsewhere, the poll suggests.