Lord May, president of the Royal Society...

29th October 2004 at 01:00
* Lord May, president of the Royal Society, has criticised Tomlinson for failing to address the "crisis" in school science and maths. He wants action to tackle long-term decline in these subjects. Since 1991 the number taking A-level physics has fallen by a third.

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