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University of Westminster at Westminster

2 February 2010

Two University of Westminster members of staff visited Number 10 on the 27th January.

They were invited to Number 10 to discuss aspects of government policy.  Michael Lister, Senior Lecturer in property finance and Stephen Gruneberg, Reader in construction economics, both in the Department of Property and Construction met with one of Gordon Brown’s senior special advisers.  “This is one of a number of meetings with senior government officials,” said Dr Gruneberg, “and we are looking forward to more meetings in the future.”     



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