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How Britain can make the best out of Brexit

It is inevitable that immigration is going to be lower in the future. Business will not have the option of importing the skills we lack at home. A successful departure is therefore inconceivable without a better trained, more productive workforce. It is time to get tough with firms that offer pitiful on-the-job training, limiting the wage progression of their employees. Above all, leaving the EU must be the catalyst for taking vocational education seriously.


Source: How Britain can make the best out of Brexit | Comment | The Times & The Sunday Times

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