More budget cuts

20th November 2009 at 00:00

Colleges in England face pay freezes, redundancies and reduced student numbers, following warnings to ministers that budgets next year may have to be cut by pound;200 million more than expected. Spending on skills and universities, in the Whitehall Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, is scheduled to contribute "efficiency savings" of pound;340m.

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