The Office for Students has adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism.
The papers from the latest Office for Students board meeting, which took place last month, are now online—and they make for interesting reading, particularly compared with the predictable result of the confidence vote in Theresa May’s government.
It’s just over a year since the OfS came into existence, and just under a year since its official launch in Westminster. In that time, it has been busy making proclamations on issues such as access gaps and grade inflation, and handing out fines to institutions it deems to be falling short. You can read about more of its activities in our 2018 review.