With Westminster in political turmoil it’s time for FE & Skills to present a vision for renewal

Listening to both Chancellor Philip Hammond’s somewhat gloomy Mansion House speech and the Queen’s Speech this week, we are reminded of the extent to which skills has risen-up the political agenda in the last couple of years and the opportunities this presents for the FE and skills sector. Outlining the Government’s strategy to bolster economic […]

Listening to both Chancellor Philip Hammond’s somewhat gloomy Mansion House speech and the Queen’s Speech this week, we are reminded of the extent to which skills has risen-up the political agenda in the last couple of years and the opportunities this presents for the FE and skills sector.
Outlining the Government’s strategy to bolster economic growth in anticipation of the rocky Brexit road ahead described by Bank of England Governor Mark …




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