Grey days for the QAA

July 6, 2001

Former education secretary David Blunkett obviously meant business when he bounced the Quality Assurance Agency into slashing the costs of university quality inspection.

The cost-cutting measures appear to have reached into the furthest echelons of the QAA's operations - the agency's once-glossy, coloured, subject-review reports are now printed on lower-quality paper in insipid grey.

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