Go-slow threat to admissions;News in brief

14th May 1999 at 01:00
ACADEMICS have threatened to throw university admissions into chaos after a ballot of members of the Association of University Teachers backed industrial action in pursuit of a 10 per cent pay increase. A go-slow by admissions tutors could leave tens of thousands of youngsters in limbo after their A-level results come out.

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