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Sam Gyimah - Universities Minister talks about remuneration committees.

Sam Gyimah - Universities Minister talks about remuneration committees.

Vice-Chancellors should not be allowed in discussions around setting their own pay, the universities minister has said.

Sam Gyimah said he wants to see vice-Chancellors kicked off remuneration committees to prevent them having a hand in setting their own pay.

He added that FTSE 100 companies would never allow a director to sit on the firm’s remuneration committee and then claim they had left the room when their own salary is discussed.

Speaking to the Commons Education Committee on Tuesday, Mr Gyimah said: "What happened before was that vice-Chancellors sat on the remuneration committee and they would obviously recuse themselves when their own pay was being discussed.

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