Staff at Leeds Metropolitan University have delivered a damning vote of no confidence in its deputy vice-chancellor.
Lecturers' union UCU members voted 95.2 per cent in favour of the censure vote.
The union says curriculum changes introduced by deputy vice-chancellor Sally Glen will leave a teaching gap of two months between terms.
UCU regional official Mark Oley said the result showed the "degree of anger and disappointment" towards Ms Glen.
He said the union opposed "ill-thought through ideas being implemented too quickly without consultation."
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