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Politics Of English As An Additional Language (EAL)

Sir David Renton referred to “Substantial numbers from the Commonwealth whose language and customs differ from those of the community”, and asked “Thus, where the language and customs of the immigrant differ, grants (Section 11) may be given but otherwise, apparently, they cannot be. Is this an indirect reference to the increased educational change due to immigration”: (ibid)

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