They later released the following statement:
Statement of Outcomes - Joint Scrutiny Group of Council and Senate
The Scrutiny Group has met for the second time today (23 June 2009) and received a delegation from the ‘Campaign to Save the Humanities in the Centre of Lifelong Learning’ representing the staff and student community within the Centre of Lifelong Learning (LEARN), who provided options for consideration relating to the future of LEARN.
The Scrutiny Group also considered an alternative model developed by University Officers that could lead to maintaining some reduced humanities provision within the CHOICES programme. The Scrutiny Group has requested further information relating to the model proposed.
The Scrutiny Group will meet again on 6th July 2009.