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Campaigners hit out at 'explicit' material

Religious campaigners have hit out at "explicit" sex education resources they claim are inappropriate for primary children. A report by the Christian Institute says unsuitable materials including explicit language and pictures are backed by many local authorities for use with pupils as young as five.

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