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Are university vice-chancellors over paid?

Are university vice-chancellors over paid?

A yacht-owning university vice-chancellor earning more than £200,000, has hit back at claims he is “overpaid” and said he should not be judged for being “successful”.

Professor George Holmes earned £222,120 in pay and perks during 2016, as the vice-chancellor of the University of Bolton. This was up from £202,500 the year before. 

But the academic, who owns a 30ft yacht moored on Lake Windermere and drives a Bentley, said he did not believe university heads should hide their wealth.

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