A university voted to replace with 'jazz-hand waving'. The University of Manchester Students' Union voted to respect who are affected by noise. The 'jazz hands' is the British Sign Language's of clapping. A Students' Union said many people with like autism, sensory and deafness avoid public because of loud clapping and cheering.
There has been a of criticism of the vote A broadcaster tweeted , "Britain is losing its ". Even former Florida governor Jeb Bush tweeted: "Not , University of Manchester. Not Cool." The Students' Union said it represents the of students' . It wants, "to make...events more and inclusive for ". It added: "We are not banning...clapping. We understand that people may be more to continue using it."