THE podcast: 30 October - 5 November 2014 issue review

October 30, 2014

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Thomas Docherty, the University of Warwick professor recently cleared by tribunal of undermining the authority of a head of department; the immigration minister James Brokenshire’s view on the fall in the number of Indian students coming to the UK; and the UK’s haunted universities are all discussed in this week’s issue review podcast.

Chris Parr is joined by deputy news editor John Morgan, reporter Chris Havergal, and junior reporter John Elmes.

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