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Beis publishes the interim findings of the Tickell review of research red tape

It was back in March last year that the government announced a wide-ranging review of research bureaucracy in a bid to identify any red tape that was ripe for the cutting.

At the time, we compared the review to Sophocles’s tragedy of Oedipus: the story of a man who seeks to discover the perpetrator of a terrible crime, only to find that it was he who did the deed. Could all this excess bureaucracy have something to do with the party that has been in government for the past 12 years?

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