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Commentators review the higher education headlines of the past year in this THE Live panel discussion

December 5, 2018
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This special edition of the Times Higher Education podcast, Entertaining Thoughts, features a live discussion of the UK’s most provocative higher education headlines, some future-gazing and what our panelists would do if they were minister for a day.

Sara Custer is joined by Mary Curnock Cook, former CEO of Ucas; Pamela Gillies, principal and vice-chancellor of Glasgow Caledonian University; Nick Hillman, director of the Higher Education Policy Institute; and Chloe Tear, a third-year student at Leeds Trinity University and a disability activist.

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