LSE criticised for links with Gaddafi regime in Libya
The London School of Economics has been heavily criticised for a "chapter of failures" in its links with the Gaddafi regime in Libya.
A report by former Lord Chief Justice Lord Woolf says mistakes and errors of judgement damaged the LSE's reputation.
LSE director, Professor Judith Rees admitted errors had been made, but that staff had acted in what they perceived to be the best interests of the school.
30 Nov 2011
- From the section UK