Lack of HIV lessons of 'huge concern'

27th May 2011 at 01:00

It is "unforgivable" that many children are not taught about HIV and Aids in school, according to schools minister Nick Gibb. Mr Gibb said it was a "huge concern" that a quarter of young people are not taught about the issue, despite it being a compulsory part of the curriculum for secondary schools in PSHE lessons.

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