Bus bullies warning

30th April 2010 at 01:00

Local authorities are failing to take action to prevent bullying on bus journeys to and from school, research has found. Around 60 per cent of councils in England do not have a safer travel policy and 52 per cent do not have a safer travel team, according to a survey by 4Children, a charity that runs extended services.

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