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Cost of uni mounts under Tories

Research from Santander has provided up to date figures on just how expensive going to university is for the average student these days. Making students pay for their own education is pretty much a wet dream for the Tories, who ...

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Save Woolmore School!

Woolmore Primary School is on the site of the Blackwall Reach Regeneration Scheme – a development plan which will knock down Robin Hood Gardens and much of the surrounding low-rise housing and amenities. In their place will come a new ...

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Discussion event

BANGLADESH: ‘MAKING SENSE OF THE CHAOS’ A discussion seminar by British Bangladeshi Alliance with extensive Q&A and contributions from invited guests. Date: Saturday 23rd March 2013 Venue: Wickham Hall, Waterlilly 69-89 Mile End Road, London E1 4TT Time: 3:00 – ...

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Bow Boys are BMX-ing it

Bow Boys BMX Club meets after school on Wednesdays at the BMX pump tracks which were built as part of the Olympic legacy. Backing from cycling charity Sustrans has ensured that Club members have bikes to ride and training by ...

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Science here for a nine-day week

National Science & Engineering week lasts from 15th to 24th March this year. This is the 20th annual event, and there’s plenty on offer for Londoners to enjoy. Here are some of the highlights. For more details, view the online ...

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Council Speaker trains with Stepney FC

Councillor Rajib Ahmed took to the field to train and discuss tactics with young footballers at Stepney FC. The Under 12’s were treated to a special visit from Tower Hamlets First Citizen, who joined in a kickabout before delivering a ...

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