Daily roundup 31 January: Apprenticeships, asylum seekers, and enterprise advisers

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Government attempts to boost apprenticeships risk being "poor value for money", think tank warns; increase in numbers of asylum-seekers in Scotland requiring poverty support; and half of all schools to be supported by an "enterprise adviser" by the end of the year, all in the news today.

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