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Universities UK submission to the 2010 Spending Review

Report
7 October 2010
This document represents the submission of Universities UK to the 2010 Spending Review. It sets out why we believe universities are critical to the UK’s future economic growth, what the impact of cuts to the budget for higher education would be, and the activities which universities are currently pursuing to secure national economic growth and prosperity.

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