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Lecturers at the University of Bedfordshire turn on ‘pay and perks’ vice-chancellor

A university vice-chancellor who has run up thousands of pounds in travel expenses by taking international business trips with his partner has been criticised for inviting 1,400 of his staff to apply for redundancy.










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How to teach teenagers: Independent schools to provide lessons for university lecturers

Britain’s leading independent schools are to lay on lessons for university lecturers aimed at telling them how to teach today’s teenagers.









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Boycott marking and lose ALL pay, universities tell lecturers as salary row escalates

Universities throughout the UK have warned they will dock lecturers’ pay in an unprecedented move which threatens to bring the entire higher education system to a standstill.









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Lecturers’ pay may be docked for marking boycott

Universities throughout the UK have warned they will dock lecturers’ pay in an unprecedented move which threatens to bring the entire higher education system to a standstill.









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The academic fat cats: Vice-chancellors at Britain’s top universities get £22,000 pay rises – as lecturers are stuck on 1 per cent

Vice-chancellors of the UK’s top universities pocketed average pay rises of £22,000 last year – while insisting their employees stuck to just a one per cent increase.


    

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The academic fat cats: Vice-chancellors at Britain’s top universities get huge pay rises – as lecturers are stuck on 1 per cent

Vice-chancellors of the UK’s top universities pocketed average pay rises of £22,000 last year – while insisting their employees stuck to just a one per cent increase.


    

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The academic fat cats: Vice-chancellors at Britain’s top universities get £22,000 pay rises – as lecturers are stuck on 1 per cent

Vice-chancellors of the UK’s top universities pocketed average pay rises of £22,000 last year – while insisting their employees stuck to just a one per cent increase.


    

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AUDIO: Lecturers’ pay ‘substantial’ say employers

Helen Fairfoul from the Universities and Colleges Employers Association argues that University staff pay is “substantial”.
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Colleges favour zero-hours contracts, says lecturers’ union research

Universities and colleges are twice as likely to use zero-hour contracts than the workplace in general, according to research published today by a lecturers’ union.


    








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Moves to level pay for lecturers

Scotland’s further education colleges look set to return to national pay and conditions for lecturers.
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