Cash-strapped ICS wins a reprieve

January 12, 2001

London University's cash-strapped Institute of Commonwealth Studies has won a reprieve after a review panel ruled out closure as an option.

The panel, chaired by Sir Anthony Kenny, pro vice-chancellor of Oxford University, recommended that every effort be made to keep the ICS open.

It recommended rationalisation of course and research provision as well as scope for savings.

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