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Remuneration committees should pay less attention to other institutions when setting their leaders’ pay, says Nick Hillman
Nick Hillman looks at the implications of the election result for the university sector, and finds a small slither of silver lining
Nick Hillman looks at the tricky TEF questions that a new higher education minister could face on their first day
While the Higher Education and Research Act seeks to level the playing field between providers, an unregulated category could spook future politicians and see the law retightened, says Nick Hillman
Some aspects of university reform – including parts of the TEF – could ‘turn to dust’, says Nick Hillman
Changes could mean HE and Research Bill receives Royal Assent in the spring, writes Nick Hillman
Nick Hillman on the possible implications of the government’s defeat in the Lords
Nick Hillman welcomes the government’s concessions but says there is a long way to go before this bill becomes law
Is the average term of office for UK university vice-chancellors getting shorter? Nick Hillman and Tom Huxley find out
Amber Rudd’s vow to restrict overseas recruitment to ‘good’ courses and universities is based on a fallacy, says Nick Hillman