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Vice chancellors asked to justify high pay.

Vice chancellors asked to justify high pay.

Spiralling rates of pay for university vice-chancellors are to be curbed by a series of new measures being set out by the universities minister.

Jo Johnson urged institutions to show restraint, when it emerged that dozens of university heads were earning £300,000, and some more than £400,000.

Now, he wants universities to justify pay rates topping £150,000 a year to a new regulator, the Office for Students.

Details of staff earning above £100,000 year would also have to be made public.

Universities have argued that their leaders are managing large institutions, have enormous responsibilities and huge budgets, and therefore command large salaries.

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