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Cambridge don hits back at education minister's attack

The head of Cambridge University's School of Architecture has blasted the government after it accused his university of an unfair admissions policy. Professor Alan Short said secretary of state for education Charles Clarke was wrong to inflict an 'admissions tzar' on the university, insisting his department has 'absolutely no bias towards applicants from public schools'.

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