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Lawyers for Forde Park School abuse survivors call for major changes to the legal system

Exeter Express and Echo Saturday, 16 February 2019
Lawyers for Forde Park School abuse survivors call for major changes to the legal systemPupils of a residential school near Newton Abbot suffered appalling abuse then say they were failed by the justice system.
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