THE podcast: 15 May 2014 issue review

May 15, 2014

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The row between the University and College Union and universities that opted to dock staff pay, a decline in the amount of money pledged by donors to UK universities, this week’s books section, and the higher education sector’s role in training public sector employees are all discussed in this week’s issue review.

Reporters Holly Else and David Matthews, news editor Simon Baker, and books editor Karen Shook join Chris Parr to look at some of the highlights from this week’s Times Higher Education.

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