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Home Affairs Committee
Oral evidence concluded
The Home Affairs Committee examines the Home Office's use of English-language testing in relation to the issuing of visas, with particular reference to its handling of recent allegations involving English-language test centres.
Evidence given by Ms Nidhin Chand, individual affected by the ELT issue, Asif Khan, individual affected by the ELT issue, and Hermanus Gardner, Managing Director, Blake Hall College.
Home Affairs Committee publishes correspondence with Home Office on English-language testing