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Quarter of girls feel suicidal

More than a quarter of teenage girls have felt suicidal because of bullying, according to an NSPCC survey. Two-thirds said they had been bullied and nearly half had received threatening emails or texts. The survey was carried out for the charity and the magazine Sugar Another Voice 30

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