Figures from the Department for Education show that between 23 March and 31 July in England, 58,160 apprentices started their training – down from 107,750 during the same period in 2019.
It's about more than just tweaking numbers. It'll give us some idea of who might get a pay cut, what areas the government wants to invest in, such as schools, hospitals and roads.
Black Friday emissions boom predicted
Julie Palmer, partner at professional services firm Begbies Traynor, said: "Looking ahead, with the value of the resilient UK pet market set to hit £7bn next year and the nation's love affair with pet ownership showing little sign of abating, chief executive, Peter...