Ulster inquiry

January 14, 2005

A high-level inquiry has been ordered at Ulster University after staff raised concerns about management at the institution. The investigation will be led by Sir Michael Buckley, former Parliamentary Commissioner for Complaints. A statement from the university said the investigation involved matters raised under the university's whistleblowing policy. The report should be completed by the middle of February.

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