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The Home Affairs committee has said it is a "regrettable missed opportunity" that the Government has not attempted to build consensus on migration and engage in open debate and consultation on policy issues in the two years since the Referendum.
English UK has cautiously welcomed the government's White Paper on Brexit, released this week, but says there is further to go.
The first quarter of 2018 saw student weeks rise by 7.8 per cent over the same period the year before, according to the latest Quarterly Intelligence Cohort (QUIC) figures.
Every English UK member centre is being encouraged to join a campaign to highlight the value of ELT to the country.
English UK's student statistics data shows that student weeks increased by five per cent and student numbers rose 14 per cent to 497,028, despite the number of member centres dropping by 13.