Terence Kealey

Terence Kealey

British higher education could be the best in the world if the Tories follow the US model of private autonomy, not Europe’s statist model

The state is crowding out private funding of scientific research

Britain’s best universities are second only to America’s in the world, thanks to their legal and financial autonomy from government

If the state were to support students rather than dons, Britain could have its own Ivy League