The LDV Friday Five: 10 September 2010

by Stephen Tall on September 10, 2010

It’s Friday, so here’s a fistful of lists that sum up the past week on Liberal Democrat Voice: 5 most-read stories on LDV this week 1. RIP Cyril Smith (10) by The Voice 2. Who will be the Liberal Democrat candidate for London Mayor? (35) by Mark Pack 3. A letter to the Daily Mirror […]

“Graduate tax a disaster for university fundraising”

by Stephen Tall on September 10, 2010

There’s much that’s controversial about university finance, but one aspect most politicians agree on is that the higher education sector has to become more self-reliant, for example by establishing Ivy League-style professional fundraising here in the UK. In the 2007 (…)

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YouGov/CASE poll shows huge potential for growth in university fundraising (the glass half-full view)

by Stephen Tall on September 10, 2010

A report which begins, Only 2 per cent of the British population has ever thought of donating money to universities, might not, at first glance, be thought to be great news for university fundraising. Let me persuade you why I (…)

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@stephentall’s weekly Twitter updates for 2010-09-10

by Stephen Tall on September 10, 2010

On Blair: "Like customers, voters are always right in his world: that is who he is." Grt line fr Bagehot @theeconomist http://bit.ly/blwWHM # @ChrisBryantMP Erm, was lead 8.10am item on R4's Today Prog. in reply to ChrisBryantMP # 'UK nuclear (…)

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