"Britain's creative edge is at risk" (The Guardian)

Britain's creative economy could be destroyed "within a generation" because of the decision to leave arts subjects out of the English baccalaureate, according to leading figures in the arts world. Sir Nicholas Hytner, Sir Nicholas Serota, Julian Lloyd Webber, Richard Rogers, Sir David Hare and Grayson Perry are among the cultural figureheads who have told the Guardian they are deeply worried about the impact of excluding creative subjects from the core qualification at 16.

Read more: Arts leaders voice deep concerns over lack of cultural subjects in Ebacc - The Guardian.

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