Thursday, 19 June 2008

Small, clever country

At the end of last week the Assembly Government spin-machine was in action, reporting the First Minister's visit to a small, clever country (they mean Wales. Ed.). Perhaps he ought to visit the offices of the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales to discuss the deficit in public funding of universities in Wales.

According to HEFCW, compared with England (a large, clever country) the deficit rose from £40million in 2005 to £61million in 2006. It is predicted to rise to £70million for 2007.


James H 19 June 2008 at 18:04  

I'm surprised that there are any visits at all. It must be impossible to travel when your head is stuck in the sand.

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