I know that I joke about typos in the newspapers and so on, but there are times when the mistakes are a little less obvious but perhaps more important.
Prentis was as good as his word. After reading history at the University of London and then economic history at the London School of Economics, he took a master\’s at Warwick.
As far as I\’m aware one cannot study at "the University of London". One can study at one of the constituent parts of it, for sure: the London School of Economics, or University College London (which is I think what they mean). The degrees are then awarded by the University of London, yes, but but you don\’t go to nor study at it.
OK, perhaps only of interest to others who have been to one of said constituent parts, but it is a difference and one that I\’d exxpect a newspaper to get right.
(If this is in fact subject to a corollary of Muphry\’s Law, please do let me know.)