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Unfortunately, the inspector in question, John Hoban, from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s Building Control department, had never worked on a high rise cladding project, didn’t know anything about the highly-combustible plastic within the panels, and didn’t know a fire retardant version could have been used instead. plumber tilbury Source link

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Artist Philip Colbert has opened his Lobsteropolis exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery with a robot-only launch as a response to the pandemic. Guests can control the robots using their mobile phone to move around the space and look at the artwork. Tickets can also be bought to visit the central London gallery in person too. […]

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Stephanie Levi-John says she nearly gave up acting before landing her role in period drama, The Spanish Princess. She plays Lina who was a real-life lady in waiting to Catherine of Aragon. The actress, from Wood Green in north London, says she feels proud to portray a black woman from that period in history. boiler […]

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Image caption Tommy Barwick’s attackers were never found Two years ago, 50-year-old Tommy Barwick was attacked after London’s Pride parade. He was left requiring the use of a wheelchair. “I heard shouting behind me that was homophobic. Then I was hit. I felt my back crack and I fell to the floor. They stamped on […]

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Son Heung-min has scored five goals in four games for Spurs this season Jose Mourinho successfully complained to Uefa about the size of the goalposts before Tottenham’s Europa League play-off victory against Shkendija in North Macedonia. Goals by Erik Lamela, Son Heung-min and Harry Kane earned Spurs a 3-1 victory, with boss Mourinho playing his […]

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A man who has thought a lot about the maths behind stirring cups of tea has won one of the world’s most lucrative academic prizes. Professor Sir Martin Hairer from Imperial College in London won the 2021 Breakthrough Prize for Mathematics by applying complex maths to simple situations – like stirring a cup of tea. […]

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