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T-levels could be under threat if no deal Brexit goes ahead

The introduction of T-levels could be under threat if a “no deal” Brexit goes ahead, according to reports this...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke
Opinion

How will reducing low-skill foreign workers impact FE?

The UK has long relied on EU workers. Now employers must improve the training of homegrown staff, says Tom...

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TOM RICHMOND
Opinion

Investing in skills: a Keynesian approach for the 21st century

Neil Carmichael told our sister paper FE Week that before he lost his seat in Parliament, his next plan...

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Opinion

FE deserves a seat at the Brexit table

We still don’t know what Brexit will look like, but as FE has so much skin in the game,...

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
Opinion

Did Brexit REALLY make a difference to the election outcome?

The effect Brexit had on the results varies wildly from place to place and can’t be distilled into a...

Gemma Gathercole
Gemma Gathercole
Opinion

What will replace the European Social Fund?

After Brexit, the government must replace the £500 million provided every year by the European Social Fund for people...

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
News

Campaign launched to protect vulnerable learners from Brexit cuts

A campaign has been launched today to prevent huge Brexit-induced cuts to FE funding, which supports learners who “fall...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke
Opinion

The government must go much further with reforms

The Technical and Further Education Bill is a good start, but it needs to address structural problems that will...

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
Opinion

What FE can expect from the autumn statement

If the prime minister’s vision of a fairer economy with better opportunities for everyone is to become reality, says...

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