The organized workers were a powerful force. Then Margaret Thatcher came along. Mike Pilewski describes a turning point in British history 30 years ago.
This month on Spotlight Audio: New York in winter, common mistakes, effective meetings, extreme sports.
Mike Pilewski reports on the personal advice given by a three-star admiral to a group of exchange students.
Boss, chef, chief or head?
Commission, pension or provision?
Four articles from the April magazine for our Premium users: The debate over Scottish independence. Films and apps in our Arts section. A dialogue in a London pub. How to address people in e-mail.
Green Light is our new booklet in easy English to help you refresh the basics. It's free inside every issue of Spotlight magazine. In March: Easter, the office, Oscar Wilde.
Read what the UK health minister, Anna Soubry, thinks of eating at your desk. Then practise vocabulary for things we use in the office.
READING TEST How good is your English?
MALTA Islands of culture
GRAMMAR: Reported speech
This month in our workbook, Spotlight plus: business phrases, personal relationships, reported speech, classical music. Practice makes perfect! Practise with plus!
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