The bosses on over £1k a day LOUISE RICHARDSON UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
LOUISE Richardson, vice-chancellor of Oxford University, earns a basic salary of £374,000.
But once benefits are added on, she earns in excess of £457,000 a year.
The world-renowned institution also spent £17,894 on her £2million Victorian mansion.
Professor Richardson, right, enraged academics by comparing her financial package favourably to those of footballers and bankers.
But she has not taken a pay cut during the pandemic. Oxford has more than £4billion in reserves, while its constituent colleges sit on even more.
Professor Richardson quoted Nelson Mandela in support of the university’s controversial statue of Cecil Rhodes, the mining magnate and politician after whom its Rhodes Trust charity is named, saying: “Cecil
John Rhodes and I would have made common cause.”