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3rd August 2007 at 01:00

Expenditure per pupil with special educational needs in England in 200506. Source: DCFS

"She has a natural strength in neutering and caring for her pupils."

A reference for a primary teacher highlights her emasculating abilities.


Expenditure per pupil with special educational needs in Wales in 200506. Source: Welsh Assembly Government

"You can get your hair cut there, it says 'Bar ...Bar'."

A six-year-old spots a bar in a "words in the street" project.


Expenditure per pupil with additional support needs in Scotland in 200506. Source: Scottish Executive

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