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Update. Also see David Turner's article in the Financial Times, quoting this irrelevant objection:
Weale seems to believe that the purpose of OA is to bypass peer review, that UCL will only provide OA to unrefereed preprints, or even that UCL will promote repository deposits as an alternative to journal publication. Turner is the journalist here but failed to report that Weale was misinformed.
Update. Also see Richard Van Noorden's article in Nature News. He reports that "UCL's decision [was] approved by a unanimous vote of its academic board in October 2008." Added to those I listed in SOAN yesterday, that makes 20 faculty-adopted OA policies and 13 unanimous faculty votes: 65% of all faculty-adopted policies have been adopted unanimously.
More from Van Noorden:
Update. Also see the U of Southampton press release:
Update (6/4/09). Also see Zoë Corbyn's article in THES.