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False allegations: how to deal with them if you’re a teacher

This is an article from the Times Educational Supplement from 2010 but no less relevant today … By: John Berry   http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=2571586   Being caught in the tangled web of a false allegation is a nightmare many struggle to recover from. … Continue reading

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FACT(UK) – Falsely Accused Teachers, Carers and other Professionals

Having bought my train tickets over two months ago  I was at last pleased to be blowing the dust off them yesterday as I took them from the bookcase shelf, slid them into my wallet and headed out of the … Continue reading

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The three women fighting to clear their loved ones’ names

What is it like if your brother or son is convicted of murder when you are convinced they are innocent? We meet three women who have fought for years to prove their loved ones’ innocence Wendy Cohen sits at a living-room table … Continue reading

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Frank Furedi So, when is sex appropriate?

Accusations of sexual harassment, ‘inappropriate behaviour’ and a variety of related misdeeds have become the new normal. Whatever the rights and wrongs of each individual case, it is clear that such allegations have become instruments for discrediting the standing of … Continue reading

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