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The UK is leaving the European Union.

While the clamour for a people’s vote on the Brexit deal is growing by the day, and Labour politicians can guarantee almost awkwardly long standing ovations simply by mentioning the word “remain” in their party conference speeches, one fact does, indeed, remain: at 11pm on 29 March next year, the UK is likely to leave the bloc.

If the baying public is not granted a second referendum that subsequently results in a vote to remain within the EU (two things that are very far from likely), there is one area of study that could become crucial to the UK’s future: modern foreign languages.

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