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Hence, it's required for pretty much every physics degree in the UK I know of. However you could apply to a "physics with foundation year" course which would cover that material in a preliminary year 0, and subject to meeting specified progression criteria you would continue into year 1 of the main physics course. Note however foundation years are specific to each uni and doing a foundation year at one uni will not necessarily meet the entry requirements of other unis.
Therefore if the uni(s) you want to apply to don't offer the foundation year, you would need to plan to take A-level Maths (and ideally AS or A-level FM) during a gap year(s).
Look instead at 'Philosophy of Science'
UCL - https://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-st...hy-science-bsc
Leeds - https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/philosophy-undergraduate
Or Liberal Arts and Sciences at Birmingham - https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergr...-sciences.aspx