|The London School of Economics has been heavily criticised for a "chapter of failures" in its links with the Gaddafi regime in Libya.
|A report by former Lord Chief Justice Lord Woolf says mistakes and errors of judgement damaged the LSE's reputation.
|The school's director, Sir Howard Davies, resigned in March over a £1.5m gift from a foundation led by Colonel Gaddafi's son Saif, a former student.
|The LSE says it accepts all Lord Woolf's recommendations.
|The LSE's centre for global governance had received £300,000 of the donation from the Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation, when Lord Woolf was appointed to head the independent external inquiry in March 2011.
|The LSE's commercial arm had also secured a contract worth £2.2m to train Libyan civil servants.
|Lord Woolf's remit was to look at how the LSE came to ignore warnings and risk its reputation by forging close links with the former Gaddafi regime.
|The institution's involvement with Libya caused embarrassment at the time of the Libyan uprising in February and led students there to stage a protest.