Monthly Archives: October 2013

State Creep, Surveillance and Snowden: reframing the debate

Two things happened this week: it is a safe bet that Sir David Omand will be elevated to the House of Lords within the next year, and his intervention in the Snowden row reveals just how concerned the powers-that-be are … Continue reading

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Boost to study engineering, technology & computer science, as ELQ policy is partially reversed

Martin Bean, the Vice-Chancellor, The Open University, has welcomed the Government’s decision to reverse partially the ELQ policy to support study in engineering, technology and computer science. This will create opportunities for students, and boost skills, contributing to economic growth. … Continue reading

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