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The Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced on 15th June that there would be an immediate halt to the further introduction of the Home Office’s Vetting and Barring Scheme. The Scheme will now undergo a significant and unspecified period of review termed as ‘remodeling,’ and is in line with statements previously made in both of the ruling parties election manifestos to scale the scheme back to ‘common sense levels’.
The first game of the 2010 World Cup is on today, and England are playing their first match tomorrow! Click on the link below to learn more about the World Cup and the UK.
Tuesday 15 June 2010CBI Conference Centre, Londonwww.aocmsevents.co.uk/international2010
With the current demanding economic situation, the final round of PMI2 funding, and government changes, colleges are working in a demanding, uncertain and testing environment. This conference will look at challenges and opportunities facing colleges' international provision and how the sector can work together to meet them.
The annual Lexiophiles Top Language Blog Competition aims to find the top 100 Language Blogs. With 495 nominated blogs and more than 20,000 user votes, the competition broke last year's record, making it probably the largest competition in its field.