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UUK-GuildHE letter to peers on Higher Education and Research Bill ahead of Report stage

Dame Julia Goodfellow, President of Universities UK, and Professor Joy Carter, Chair of GuildHE, have written to members of the House of Lords ahead of the Report stage of the Higher Education and Research Bill.

The letter provides an update about their views on the bill in light of numerous government amendments tabled in advance of Lords Report stage.



 

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