Burning up

June 20, 1997

Road rage has hit the Higher Education Quality Council.

Staff at the HEQC's London and Birmingham offices were already furious to hear they would be expected to commute to Cheltenham, where the Quality Assurance Agency for higher education plans to set up its HQ.

But news of proposed arrangements to get the QAA's chief executive, John Randall, to work on time, have left them incandescent. Mr Randall, who lives about five miles away from the planned headquarters, may get a company car, they have been told.

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