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An email was sent during the afternoon of Sunday, November 5, to around 300 postgraduate research students in the social science faculty, one of the UEA’s four teaching departments, containing personal information about a member of staff.The breach occurred due to the accidental use of an email distribution list, the same as the data leak in June, which affected hundreds of American Studies students.This focus on the practical also distinguished the red brick universities from the ancient English universities of Oxford and Cambridge and from the newer (although still pre-Victorian) University of Durham, collegiate institutions which concentrated on divinity and the liberal arts, and imposed religious tests (e.g.assent to the Thirty-Nine Articles) on staff and students.“It’s ridiculous and they haven’t learned the lessons of the previous breach.“The ICO decision was rubbish, and it’s happened again, not even a few months later.” Read more: ‘Mind-boggling’ - UEA students’ outrage over regulator’s decision on data leak A UEA spokesperson said: “This was unintentional and clearly should not have happened, and the university apologise unreservedly.According to historian William Whyte of the University of Oxford, Truscott's original definition includes the University of Dundee (originally an independent university college, before becoming a constituent college of the University of St Andrews), Newcastle University (previously a college of the University of Durham, and noted by Truscot as "perhaps" being included), and the Welsh university colleges (not named, but could include Aberystwyth (1872), Cardiff (1883), Bangor (1885) and possibly Swansea (1920)).
Eight of the nine institutions are members of the Russell Group (which receives two-thirds of all research grant funding in the United Kingdom).
Graduates of Oxford, Cambridge, and London had already been enfranchised and graduates of the University of Wales were enfranchised at the same time.
Reading University was added to the Combined English Universities constituency in 1928 (prior to this its graduates, taking London degrees, would have joined the London constituency). The Victoria University was a federal university based in Manchester with colleges in Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool.
He is said to have later regretted his use of red brick in the title.
Peers' reference was inspired by the fact that The Victoria Building at the University of Liverpool (designed by Alfred Waterhouse and completed in 1892 as the main building for University College, Liverpool) is built from a distinctive red pressed brick, with terracotta decorative dressings.
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“An urgent investigation into how this happened is underway.