School governors reject expulsions over 'mock slave auction'

White pupils who allegedly beat black student with sticks are allowed back into school in BathThe board of governors of a secondary school in Somerset has refused to expel a group of white pupils who reportedly chained a black student to a lamppost, subjected him to racist abuse and whipped him with sticks as part of a “mock slave auction”.Police are investigating the incident, which took place during lunchtime on 22 January at a school in Bath. It is understood that at least seven teenagers participated in the alleged attack....

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By: The Guardian - Tuesday, 13 March

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