Across the UK, English schools are standing empty, and teachers are being made redundant in increasing numbers. Host families are genuinely worried about keeping up with their mortgages, and many associated industries are also feeling the pinch. Having taken so long to commit to leaving the European Union, Britain has placed itself in a precarious economic position. One of the most striking places where this situation has been felt is in schools where English is taught as a foreign language. Probably the most well established and thriving of British exports, our language, seems to . . .
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