Exam board Edexcel has launched an investigation into how part of an A-level maths paper was leaked online. Blacked out images of two questions were shared on social media on Thursday afternoon. Pearson, which runs Edexcel, said the images were circulated “in a very limited way” shortly before Friday’s Maths Paper 3 exam. It reassured students no-one would be advantaged ...Read More »
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Ansar Ahmed Ullah: The Bangladeshi-born 38-year-old, Lecturer from University of Wales Trinity Saint David Afzal Sayed Munna has been appointed as the Vice-Chairman for Dagenham & Redbridge Sports Club. Afzal is also the Executive Member, Newham Barking & Dagenham Liberal Democrats and Liberal Democrats Campaign for Race Equality and the Independent School Representative for National Education Union (NEU), Barking ...Read More »
Tower Hamlets wins three of the 21 awarded across London John Biggs, Mayor of Tower Hamlets has congratulated three local community organisations on achieving the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. The recipients of the award were officially announced on Sunday 2 June, which is the anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation. The award is the highest given to volunteer groups ...Read More »
Fatema Miah: In reply to comments about Islam and how Muslim seem to behave very odd and annoying, the topic raised by western people. I replied; There are full of rigid mentally sick minded beings in Asian communities are claiming Muslims, those forced into Islam unconsciously by their fellow families or community or even forced themselves, it seems ...Read More »
Fatema Miah: I have come to Recognise what was the concern that the relationship between climate change and health, as well as the associated themes and trends are linking climate change to public health and suffering, that’s is prominent and constantly in rise, therefore action must be taken to educate public about public health. There are key cobtributors to ...Read More »
Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Most of us have not directly experienced in our lifetimes the impact of full-scale war; but our official policies are still helping to support large-scale slaughter and long-term misery elsewhere in the world. Think of Yemen, where up to 14 million people are on the edge of famine as a result of a war that continues ...Read More »
Bangladesh Caterers Association organised a press conference on 13th of June at LBPC office in East London.
BCA Says Its Campaign With The Migration Advisory Committee Has Been Recognised Bangladesh Caterers Association (BCA) welcomes the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) call for an end to restrictions preventing those offering a take-away service from employing chefs outside the EU. BCA is a not-for-profit organization, representing over 12,000 British Bangladeshi restaurants and takeaways in the UK since 1960. It ...Read More »
Boris Johnson has secured the highest number of votes in the first ballot to select the Conservative party leader and next prime minister. Three contenders – Mark Harper, Andrea Leadsom and Esther McVey – have been knocked out, in the secret ballot held in the House of Commons. Mr Johnson received 114 votes, Jeremy Hunt was second with 43, and ...Read More »
Fatema Miah: I am told to move off the Islam topic, to avoid writing about Islamic in fear of it might stirs up negative reactions in individuals specially the Muslims and there are all different conmunities of Muslims with own perception through their own preferred schooling (sect). Specially Alim society they have ascertained of right of acclimation and authority. ...Read More »
After the long holiday of holy Eid and Ramadan, the LCL T20 league 2019 has started on the field again.
LCL T20 cricket league has started this year like as usual every year. Ten teams are participating in this year’s tournament at the Hackney Marsh & Marlfield Ground in London. Each team can take part in around twelve games. The London Cricket League (LCL) is the host of this cricket event which is about three months long. The league ...Read More »