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Those at the top of the educational tree show how NOT to set an example to the nation's students

Andrew Adonis, the former UK education minister, called for an inquiry in the House of Lords as he criticised the “serious controversy” of salary increases awarded to the vice-chancellor of the University of Bath, along with benefits and non-executive directorships she holds.
“Last year the vice-chancellor earned £406,000. This year, despite the 1.1% cap on pay for non-managerial staff across the higher education sector, the vice-chancellor’s pay rose by 11% to £451,000,” Adonis said.

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