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In the recent general election, the National Health Service was a keenly debated issue. In particular the trend for overseas doctors working in the UK and their language ability.
In this week’s post, guest blogger Ros writes about a recent trial of our new English for Medical Professionals course, which she delivered to a group of doctors in the Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
London is famous, of course, for the variety of its cultural life. But people often forget about another aspect of the city: its parks and green spaces.
An incredible 47 per cent of London is “green” and it has eight million trees, making it the world’s largest urban forest. In the City of London – the square mile of the old financial district - there are no less than 400 green areas, while there are over 1,000 across the whole of the city.