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CARMARTHENSHIRE FACES LEGAL ACTION OVER SCHOOL BULLYING

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A group of parents is preparing to sue Carmarthenshire Council for failing to stop bullying at their children's pri...
A group of parents is preparing to sue Carmarthenshire Council for failing to stop bullying at their children's primary school, BBC Radio Four's Today programme reported this morning.

Carmarthenshire director of education Keith Davies said the governors received a complaint about bullying back in February and as a result the local authority has been working with the head teacher and staff to develop a bullying policy.

Mr Davies told Today he was surprised to receive the solicitor's letter from parents, as the council had heard no further complaints about the bullying problem. 'Until this week we felt it was under control in the school', he said.
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