I spoke to the BBC about the news that the University of East Anglia (UEA) is facing a larger than expected budget deficit.

It’s quite clear that the University of East Anglia’s management has questions to answer about why UEA is in the situation it is in, when other comparable institutions are not facing the same crisis.

In a staff email sent on Wednesday, deputy vice-chancellor Christine Bovis-Cnossen said student applications were “down again” and it was now predicting an even bigger budget deficit.

I told the BBC that this blows a hole in the idea this is just external issues that have caused this, such as the energy crisis and Covid.

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