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OXFORD UNIVERSITY'S GREEN BUSINESS DECISION

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Oxford city councillor Paul Ingram writes in the Guardian letters page about Oxford University's decision not to gi...
Oxford city councillor Paul Ingram writes in the Guardian letters page about Oxford University's decision not to give the university staff's playing field to a business school foundation, turning down £20m in revenue.

'We will never know why. What we do know is that, for once in modern life, the influence of money and prestige has lost out to concerns over broken promises, academic freedom, green spaces and the arts trade.

'Ethics and the quality of life win over the power of mammon. Now there's a headline!' he writes.
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