Few female students take A Level maths or physics

As A Level results are revealed up and down the country, experts have drawn attention to the continuing lack of students, particularly females, taking maths and physics at A-level. Figures published by the Joint Council for Qualifications shows that of the 36,701 students who studied A-level physics, just 21 per...

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Kensal Green residents fight possible demolition

A historical building in Kensal Green is under potential threat from planners at Kensington and Chelsea Council – according to a group of local residents vowing to save the site. The building on Harrow Road, which dates back to 1833, is currently used as a stonemason’s showroom but could soon...

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Bakery fined after customer falls into cellar hatch

Magistrates’ Court heard how, on 25 April 2013, a customer who was celebrating her birthday that day went in to Gail’s Artisan Bakery, 341 Fulham Road, SW10 to buy cakes. While in the shop she fell through an open and unguarded cellar hatch next to a cake display and close...

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Two legal notices served on local developers

Planners from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea have ordered work to stop at 41-43 Beaufort Gardens, SW3 unless the developers stick to agreed construction traffic management plans following residents’ concerns that health and safety procedures were not in place during the delivery of construction materials to and from...

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