Bleach attack on merger plan head

2nd December 2011 at 00:00

Parents, pupils and staff have spoken of their horror after the head of an independent school, involved in a row over its planned merger with a nearby rival, was attacked with bleach at his home. The assault took place hours after the tie-up between Arnold School in Blackpool and King Edward VII and Queen Mary School in Lytham St Anne's was approved by the Charity Commission.

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