The government has published its Careers Strategy with the strap line of ‘making the most of everyone’s skills and talents’. It says that tailored advice will be at the heart of the new strategy designed to make sure young people have the skills they need and employers want post-Brexit. Every school and college in the country will aim to have a dedicated careers leader in place by the start of the new school year – backed by £4million of funding – who can give advice on the best training routes and up-to-date information on the jobs market, helping young people make decisions about their future. A government news release is here. Further comment and analysis from the TES is here and sector response here. An interview with Anne Milton, the Skills Minister is here.