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University denies new Business and Law Faculty building lacks cash

The new Business and Law Faculty building, back in the days when it used to house the local newspaper. Photo: Samuel Cox

The University of Lincoln said it has the money needed to finish the new Business and Law Faculty building, and that this is not the reason behind the delays.

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University spends over £10,000 per month on legal fees

The University of Lincoln has told The Linc they have spent £182,238.35 in the last 18 months on legal fees, which includes action, advice, contracts “etc”.

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Education or training? A journalism school dilemma

Barry Turner debates the role of tutors in preparing university students for an education rather than for the industry they are going into.

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