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    Morning briefing Friday 22nd September

    enSeptember 22, 2023

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    • New British Baccalaureate and Mortgage Rates UpdatesThe British government plans to introduce a new education system, making English and math compulsory till 18. Mortgage rates have dropped following the Bank of England's decision, but unemployment remains high, especially among young adults.

      BT, a leading business telecommunications company, is committed to supporting businesses of all sizes and sectors. The prime minister has announced plans to introduce a new British baccalaureate system, making English and math compulsory until the age of 18. This could be a significant long-term change for Britain's education system, but concerns have been raised about the availability of teachers and resources. In other news, mortgage rates have dropped following the Bank of England's decision to hold interest rates, with some brokers predicting further decreases. However, the Bank of England has cautioned against complacency, as other areas of the economy are experiencing a downturn. Unemployment, particularly among young adults, is a growing concern. Danny Blanchflower, a former member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee, highlighted the increase in unemployment from 8.5% to 12% in the past six months. These developments underscore the importance of adaptability and resilience in both business and education.

    • Russell Brand under investigation, Murdoch steps down, Royal visit to France, Flexible insurance, Online giftsRussell Brand faces BBC probe for past radio misconduct, Murdoch hands over News Corp chairmanship to son Lachlan, British royals conclude France visit, UnitedHealthcare offers flexible insurance, 1-800-Flowers.com offers perfect gifts for any occasion

      There have been notable developments in both media and royal news. Russell Brand is under investigation by the BBC for an alleged incident of exposing himself and laughing about it on a radio show from 2008. Meanwhile, Rupert Murdoch is stepping down as sole chairman of News Corporation and will be succeeded by his elder son, Lachlan. Murdoch has been praised for his contributions to global free media by politicians and media personalities. Elsewhere, the British monarch, Charles, and Camilla are wrapping up their state visit to France by meeting British and French business owners in Bordeaux. In other news, UnitedHealthcare Insurance Plans offer flexible and budget-friendly medical, dental, and vision coverage. Lastly, 1-800-Flowers.com is a go-to site for amazing gifts for every occasion.

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