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The RIBA has demanded that grants body HEFCE abandons plans to redistribute grants away from schools with lower research ratings.

The HEFCE plans to reallocate money assigned during 2001, so that '4'graded departments will lose their funds to those with '5'and above.RIBA's vice president for education, Jack Pringle, said: 'First we were concerned that our schools'research efforts may not have been judged fairly. Now those who scored 4 look as if they will have their research funds stripped away.'

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