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Third Labour MP quits University of Bath Court over ‘excessive’ pay of Vice Chancellor Professor BreakwellBristol North West MP Darren Jones has resigned from the forum this afternoon15:31, 22 AUG 2017Updated16:15, 26 OCT 2017Kerry McCarthy, David Drew and Darren Jones all resigned from the University of Bath Court today Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThree Labour MPs have today quit their positions on the University of Bath Court over the “excessive” salary its boss receives.An 11 per cent pay rise in 2015 16 made Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell the country’s highest earning Vice Chancellor with an annual salary of Bristol North West MP Darren Jones joined Bristol East’s Kerry McCarthy and Stroud MP David Drew who both resigned this morning (Tuesday, August 22). The duo said Dame Glynis’s pay could not be justified.The higher education regulator is currently investigating allegations of poor governance at the university. The resignations and probe were described as “double edged swords for staff” by the secretary of a local union.In a joint statement, Ms McCarthy and Mr Drew said: “We are resigning from the court of the university in protest at the excessive salary of the vice chancellor and senior staff.LETTER: Slow reaction to University of Bath pay controversy”We do not think a salary of can be justified, especially when students are taking on debts of to pay fees, and spending 30 years of their working lives paying them off.”This afternoon Mr Jones announced on his MP’s Facebook page that he was following suit.Vice chancellor pay row”I have written to Bath University today to resign from my position on the university court due to excessive Vice Chancellor pay,” he said.”Students don’t take on huge debts to pay executive pay, and senior pay should be decided with value for money in mind.”In a statement he added: “Students in my constituency are paying increasingly high tuition fees, with many families helping their children out with the costs associated with going to university.”Vice Chancellors’ pay needs to be set within the context of value for money.”And students take on excessive debt to get a good education, not to pay bloated executive pay.””The decision to pay the Vice Chancellor [of Bath University] over per year is excessive.
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