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  • Oxford aims to attract deprived students with new foundation year | Education0

    The University of Oxford is to launch programmes to address its historically low numbers of students from disadvantaged and under-represented backgrounds, including a foundation year for talented school-leavers who lack the required grades. Louise Richardson, the university’s vice-chancellor, said the programmes were “a hugely exciting initiative” to improve access to the university, and combined with

  • RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019: In pictures

    RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019: In pictures0

    A woodland wilderness garden with a royal touch is one of the highlights of this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The annual display of cutting-edge floral designs offered an early viewing for special guests and the media before the show opens to the general public from Tuesday to Saturday this week. Image copyright EPA Image

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