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Today's findings [from Which?] demonstrate the scale of the problems customers are having with the current level of broadband service, but also the challenge we face if we are to have the best possible connections in future. The UK risks falling behind our international competitors if we don't invest in the latest ultrafast and fibre technology – broadband providers must also step up to the plate and improve the services they currently deliver to our homes and businesses.feedback
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Oct 21 2017
This page is completely dedicated to what Andrew Adonis has to say. All of Andrew Adonis’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Andrew Adonis came from an article called Former polytechnics should lose university status, says Adonis: “It reminds me of the poll tax, [as] each bolted-on reform trying to make it more acceptable simply added to the costs and made it more baroque, and hastened the day when the whole system was going to collapse.”.
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Jul 20 2017

The only answer is to introduce a cap on top pay in universities. There should now be a national consultation on the appropriate cap.feedback

Jul 14 2017

The highly paid should set an example – particularly at a time of pay restraint. The only example that the vice chancellor or the University of Bath is setting for her staff is one of greed.feedback

Jul 14 2017

Put all of that together, and Glynis Breakwell is paid almost exactly half a million pounds. More than three times the Prime Minister's salary.feedback

Jul 07 2017

In my view, fees have now become so politically diseased, they should be abolished entirely.feedback

Jul 07 2017

[Vice-chancellors] increased their own pay and perks as fast as they increased tuition fees, and are now 'earning' salaries of £275,000 on average and in some cases over £400,000. Debt levels for new graduates are now so high that the Institute for Fiscal Studies estimates that three-quarters of graduates will never pay it all back. The Treasury will soon realise it is sitting on a Ponzi scheme. Some Tories publicly branded Corbyn's move a bribe, but it is only a matter of time before they realise tuition fees at their current level are politically dead.feedback

Jun 26 2017 - Brexit

If we were to go for a hard Brexit which severs Britain's trading ties with the continent I think we could be heading for a calamity as a country. It's important that we have a Brexit that maintains Britain's trading ties with the continent, and that probably requires a long transition period, so we can get a fully fledged trade treaty.feedback

Jun 26 2017 - Brexit

There is a real danger that no decisions come forward and we end up as a country seriously regretting yet another period of dither and delay on major infrastructure decisions.feedback

Jun 26 2017 - British economy

If we have dither and delay and a hard Brexit we're going to really struggle to secure any agenda of long-term investment in the British economy.feedback

Jun 13 2017 - Single market

If the mainstream majority among Tory and Labour MPs assert themselves across the party divide, they can save us from the deep damage which a majority Theresa May government would have inflicted on the UK by forcing Britain out of the European single market and customs union.feedback

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