March 7, 2003

Ian Gibson, chairman of the House of Commons science and technology select committee, was in Edinburgh this week for the launch of the Association of University Teachers Scotland's researcher job-security campaign. Just as he was about to speak, the city's one o'clock gun went off, prompting Dr Gibson to say: "It has not started, has it? Tony, you should have waited."

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