Hated the headline

February 2, 2007

My letter about a headline introducing an inaccurate and misleading report on the 2006 York St John institutional audit was headed "Audit concerns" (Letters, January 19). At risk of being repetitive, my letter was not a response to the Quality Assurance Agency audit but to the The Times Higher's sensationalist reporting.

David Maughan Brown
Deputy vice-chancellor York St John University

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