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Woolwich murder reignites debate over university radicalisation
The University of Leicester has launched an investigation into a public lecture held by its student Islamic society after pictures of signs at the event suggested that men and women were encouraged to sit separately.
Action needs to be taken against Scottish universities because senior staff members are being given “worrying levels of high pay”, the National Union of Students Scotland has said.
By Scott Jaschik, for Inside Higher Ed