Post-Brexit Britain: not good for the Esol?

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A lot hangs in the balance over the government’s Brexit negotiations. Amid the furore over blue passports, the size of Toblerones and just how much money is going back to the NHS, occasionally, the human cost has gone unnoticed, or unremarked upon.

The latest wrinkle to be highlighted comes from Natecla (the National Association for Teaching English and other Community Languages to Adults), which has written to ministers and civil servants to ask them about the future for courses on English for speakers of other languages (Esol).

In particular, it is seeking clarification around the funding ...

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