Tutors spurn vetting

16th April 2010 at 01:00

Nearly three-quarters of private tutors will refuse to register for the Government's new vetting and barring scheme, according to a poll commissioned by the thetutorpages.com website. Seventy per cent of the 500 tutors who took part believe that registering with the Independent Safeguarding Authority will fail to prevent paedophiles from gaining access to children.

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