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    Countdown to Brexit: A conversation with Lord Adonis & Tim Shipman, Political Editor of the Sunday Times

    We closed the Parliamentary term with a special Policy Connect event with Tim Shipman, author and political editor of the Sunday Times, and Lord Adonis discussing one year since the triggering of Article 50. As well as focusing on the difficulties ahead for the Government as they negotiate Brexit at home and abroad, the important role that skills will play in post-Brexit Britain featured a significant amount in the conversation, with Lord Adonis calling for an ‘apprenticeship revolution’. 

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    In conversation with... the Institute for Apprenticeships

    On Wednesday 10th of January, the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Skills and Employment welcomed the new Chief Executive of the Institute for Apprenticeships (IFA) Sir Gerry Berragan.

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The APGSE serves to raise the profile and status of skills and employment policy in the UK.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Skills and Employment  (APGSE) is a coalition of UK Parliamentarians from all parties, devoted to raising the profile and status of skills and employment policy in the UK. We bring together Parliament, employers, and the skills sector to promote and develop effective skills policy as a central means of personal and economic development for the 21st Century.

For further information regarding our events up to the Summer Recess please contact Dominic.Trendall@PolicyConnect.org.uk

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