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English teaching profits plummet due to Brexit
Uncertainty over the result of the EU referendum is causing ‘unprecedented damage’ to the UK language teaching industry, one Cambridge language school has claimed.
John Barnett of Cambridge Academy of English warned in his local press that summer bookings were being hit because of currency exchange uncertainty. This comes on the back of a 25 per cent drop in the number of course weeks sold in the UK last year, according to unaudited early return figures from English UK members. Enrolments in Ireland, the UK’s closest rival, rose 10 per cent in the same period.
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