Bank raid

September 19, 1997

The latest development in the new Quality Assurance Agency's search for a headquarters may say something about its policy leanings. Determined not to venture far from his Gloucestershire home, QAA chief executive John Randall is now believed to be eyeing up a former Bank of England building in Gloucester. A little worrying, perhaps, for any institutions fretting over the prospect of a direct link between quality judgements and funding.

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