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Schools ‘must offer apprenticeships option’

Schools in England are to be required to give vocational routes as much time as academic subjects to help students who want to land apprenticeships. Education Secretary Nicky Morgan said ministers wanted to “level the playing field”, making sure young people are aware of all options open to them. Ministers raised concerns over some schools, which only promote vocational education to less able pupils.


The Guardian

So far the economic and business part of the war on whether the UK should remain or leave the EU has been characterised by a lot of noise, but the shells fired have largely been duds. But today there was a significant intervention, by someone who is supposed to be completely neutral, the Governor of the Bank of England.

Mark Carney said that in the event the UK left the EU, or looked as though it would leave, the interest rates we pay here in the UK – what he called in City jargon “the risk premium attached to UK assets – could rise.


The Daily Mail

The final mile for the Land Rover Defender: The iconic vehicle, loved by drivers from the Queen to James Bond, ceases production on Friday

It is best known as a rugged, durable car that can wade through mud, floods or desert sand.

But the Land Rover Defender – popularised by the Royals, film-makers and even football managers – will cease production on Friday. The classic model, today called the Defender, has become the most recognisable off-road car since it first appeared in 1948. Motor enthusiasts have lamented the end of an era, calling it the ‘death of an icon’.

South Korea sues Volkswagen executive over emission-cheating

South Korea said Wednesday it was filing a criminal complaint against a senior Volkswagen AG executive — the second such suit in a week — over the firm’s emission-cheating scandal. The environment ministry said it would ask Seoul prosecutors to probe Terence Bryce Johnsson — head of overseas sales with Audi at the Volkswagen Group — for selling cars that violate the South’s environmental regulations. He is registered as a board member of Volkswagen AG’s Korean office, the ministry said.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 27/01/2016