Our ever-changing English
I get grumpy about crimes against language. But we Brits have been lamenting declining standards of English for centuries
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It's great the internet has engaged us in Australian elections and Alaska, but language has cut Europe from our mental maps
With tens of thousands of would-be students likely to be turned away from UK universities this year and degree costs set to rise, higher education institutions in the Netherlands are promoting themselves as an alternative for British students.
They say there are still plenty of places left for this year and the costs of studying abroad could, for some students, be less than staying in Britain.
Dr Jeanine Gregersen, director of communications at the university says: "These are courses like life sciences, European law, European studies, arts and culture - these types of programme are still available.
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