Six Catholic schoolgirls excluded

18th February 2000 at 00:00
SIX girls have been expelled from one of Britain's most exclusive boarding schools for smoking cannabis.

Two A-level and four GCSE pupils were removed from St Mary's chool in Ascot, Berkshire, after another pupil reported them. Headteacher Mary Breen said: "Our policy about drugs is well known - they will not be tolerated."

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