Monthly Archives: October 2010

Why people in rural areas pay double for culture

The experience of the regeneration of the physical cultural infrastructure in rural Britain compares poorly to urban areas. In the last 15 years virtually every major town and city in the UK has enjoyed some form of rejuvenation. New commercial … Continue reading

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Debt and Museum People

Lord Brown’s report on student funding in higher education poses hard questions for society. Faced with stiff competition from overseas universities, dwindling public investment and ever increasing numbers of students, universities seem set to pass their overheads onto the customer. … Continue reading

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