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Should a French school in London be allowed to expand?

Should a French school in London be allowed to expand?

A row has broken out over plans to expand a French school in Marylebone to cope with the huge of influx of wealthy expats coming to London.

The £24,000-a-year independent L’Ecole Internationale Franco-Anglaise (Eifa) has proposed to expand into the Grade II listed 10 Duchess Street within the Harley Street Conservation Area.

It runs an oversubscribed primary school in nearby Portland Place and wants to set up a 175-pupil secondary school to cope with the high demand for French-speaking school places.

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