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Sir Charlie Mayfield: Fixing our broken apprenticeship system should be a top priority for the next government

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I am hopeful that their proposed solutions will make a difference, for school-aged children, teenagers, and the working population. In particular, I welcome the proposal to reform the Apprenticeship Levy. Its problems have been discussed for some years now – indeed, last year the British Retail Consortium, UKHospitality, techUK, and the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, sent an urgent joint letter urging the Government to increase the flexibility of how that money could be spent.

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