Rather than opening informed and educative conversations that would support us to have more responsible and informed reactions, the British Press focuses on language and narratives which escalate people's fears and prejudices towards people seeking to come to the U.K.
Part of the difficulty of advocating linguistic rights as the facilitator of other human rights, like the freedom of socio-economic choices, lies in the fact that a language-based community cannot be free of complexity due to religion, gender, cultural and
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While English may not be the most spoken language in the world, it is arguably the most influential and important. It pervades politics, finance and entertainment, and as such, a working knowledge of it is an incredibly valuable asset to