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Why Britain's monolingualism could be costly for the nation

A strategic language policy and the cultivation of language experts in post-Brexit Britain are essential if it wants to connect with fresh markets overseas. Image: REUTERS/Rebecca Naden

Gabrielle Hogan-Brun

Senior Research Fellow, University of Bristol

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