Bag-thrower allowed back

7th January 2005 at 00:00
A teacher who was sacked for throwing a bag at a student has returned to school.

Richard Anderson was dismissed from Boston grammar in Lincolnshire over allegations he injured the unruly teenage boy. Pupils and parents launched a campaign against his sacking and forced the school to close for two days last term because of the protests.

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