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Brexit causing a fall in learning foreign languages.

Brexit causing a fall in learning foreign languages.

Brexit is causing poorer children to fall further behind in learning foreign languages, says the British Council.

Parents in disadvantaged areas are telling teachers languages will be less useful after Brexit, it says.

It warns that GCSEs and A-level languages in England are seen as being hard subjects in which to get a good grade.

The government said the overall picture for language learning in England was improving.

This is a snapshot of the state of language learning in England from the organisation that promotes British culture abroad.

    

It warns of growing concern that GCSEs and A-levels in modern foreign languages are seen as harder than other subjects.

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