Howelling loudly

March 18, 2005

Dr Howells, however, was on true undiplomatic form at the drinks reception to launch the Quality Assurance Agency annual report this week.

Referring to a recent meeting with 15 other education ministers from around Europe, he chided them for wanting to introduce top-up fees in their countries, but not having "the balls to do it".

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