Bath University vice-chancellor survives vote of no confidence

Senate narrowly backs Glynis Breakwell following controversy over her high pay package and unanimous call at staff meeting for leader to go

The beleaguered vice-chancellor of Bath University has made a public apology and narrowly survived a vote of no-confidence by the university’s senate, shortly after a packed meeting of staff called on her to resign.

Only 19 of the 37 members of the senate – the body responsible for the university’s academic work – voted in support of Glynis Breakwell in the secret ballot on Wednesday afternoon, with 16 voting no confidence in her as vice-chancellor, and two abstentions.

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