Clear thought about access lost in row (3 of 4)

March 1, 2012

Might journalistic propriety have been better served in last week's issue by a bracketed reference, latched in place somewhere among the flurry of pieces on and opinions about Les Ebdon, to the fact that he is a member of Times Higher Education's editorial board? True, his position is duly identified for all to see on page 5 of each issue, but only the keenest reader could be expected to appreciate that glimpse of de facto transparency.

Abbott Katz, London

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