WALES: 'Cut top university salaries'Western Mail. Assembly members have demanded assurances that lower-paid staff will not pay for a slashed budget while several university vice-chancellors' salaries continue to dwarf that of the Prime Minister.
Their demands come after it was revealed reveal that 272 university workers in Wales take home six-figure sums, with pay starting around £2,000 ($3,084) a week. Cardiff University vice-chancellor Dr David Grant was the highest paid in 2009, having earned £275,000 ($424,105) with pension contributions.
In contrast, David Cameron is entitled to around £197,000 a year, but takes £142,500 ($218,992).
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