Boarding schools and bullying - has anything really changed?
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National MP Sam Uffindell denies he terrified a flatmate by beating on her bedroom door and screaming obscenities until she fled through a window, but he has admitted beating a younger student when he was a boarder at King's College. He says, though, that boarding schools were full of 'rough and tumble' in the 1990s. So was violence and bullying really par for the course? And if it was, has anything changed? Ella Stewart reports.
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