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Joanna Parrish

A French serial killer known as ‘the Ogre of the Ardennes’ has confessed to the murder of an English language assistant in France nearly 28 years ago.


Catalan politicians and educators have blamed the Spanish government for taking advantage of political instability in the region to plan sweeping changes to language education.

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Hundreds of teachers employed by UK accredited language schools do not have all the core qualifications required by the British Council (BC), an analysis of inspection reports reveals.

The UK government should set a date for everyone in the country to speak English, a former official who advised on integration has said.

The Chinese embassy in London has voiced concerns about the impact of UK university strikes on Chinese students, writes Federica Tedeschi.

An English teacher in Georgia has become an internet sensation after she posted a video of her students rapping to Tupac Shakur.

A teacher of English has started a campaign to end the dubbing of foreign language films and TV shows in France – in order to improve young people’s foreign language skills.


A choir of farmers from a remote Chinese village are debuting tonight in London, Federica Tedeschi writes.

A DRUGS BUST REVEALED marijuana plants growing in the homes of two English language teachers in Taiwan.

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Non-native-speaker children have hit the headlines in England after government figures showed they outperformed their native speaker peers in their GCSEs, the national exams taken at age sixteen. The way the statistics were presented, however, has come under fire from experts.

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