Anglia offensive

April 3, 1998

The beleaguered Anglia Polytechnic University business school is going on the PR offensive after revelations in The THES and Private Eye about allegations of nepotism and bullying against its dean, Hugh Jenkins. Holding firm against the allegations of impropriety, insisting that there is no wrongdoing at all, the business school is celebrating its success with a three-day "festival" and programme of seminars this week. The fun, described as the "festival of light" by some of the more disgruntled members of staff, who intend to be absent, started on April 1. Good timing.

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