Death threat boys in new schools

13th December 2002 at 00:00
TWO boys who were excluded after making telephone death threats to PE teacher Steve Taverner have finally been found places in new mainstream schools. Former education secretary Estelle Morris tried to intervene after an independent appeals panel returned the boys to Glyn technology college in Ewell, Surrey. Mr Taverner went off work sick and colleagues refused to teach the pair.

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