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Exchange rate starting to bite for university costs

Sterling is going down, and inflation is going up. But for some large costs for universities, inflation is far higher than the nationally reported rates. Just another way Brexit is hurting higher education in unexpected places…

Live: Autumn Statement 2016

All the developments, reaction, detail and debate about the Autumn Statement 2016 for the higher education, research and science communities during the day of announcement – Wednesday 23rd November 2016.

Lessons from the front line of industrial strategy policy

Research, innovation and skills will all be a critical part of the government’s upcoming industrial strategy. Maddalaine Ansell worked on industrial strategy during her time in government and argues that universities must sell themselves as essential national assets for a new industrial plan.

A time for governing in prose (and spreadsheets)

Ahead of Wednesday’s Autumn Statement, Andy Westwood previews what we might expect and walks the narrow passage that the government desperately needs to navigate to keep the UK economy on track and provide some hope of staving off disaster post-Brexit.