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For-profit university’s first accounts reveal ‘Premier League’-sized debt

Extract from www.timeshighereducation.co.uk  The UK’s first for-profit university, the University of Law, appears to have been “loaded” with the £177 million debt that a private equity firm took on to buy it and is now owned by a parent company

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Free school and academy bureaucracy is costing taxpayers millions in private consultancy fees

TUC Press Release The government’s free school and academy programme has cost taxpayers nearly £80m in private consultants’ fees, according to a new TUC report published today (Friday). The research – which analyses official Department for Education (DfE) figures –shows

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