Government set to axe The Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property Policy


The government is to axe four business quangos, which cost more than £8.6m a year to run, as part of its post-election cull of the public sector.

Business secretary Vince Cable said the work of these publicly funded non-governmental bodies would be taken over by government departments, making them more accountable and reducing administrative costs.

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