Two successful university heads have come under fire for ‘excessive’ pay. But to get public servants who are capable we must accept high pay and high inequality

A state-educated woman becomes a prize-winning scholar and rises, through intellect and ability, to run an institution with a £263m turnover. This should be a modern-day Cinderella story, with academic achievement standing in for the glass slipper.

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