June 14, 2011 Non-U.S.
Plans to grant anonymity to teachers accused of mistreating pupils were branded ‘unprecedented, unnecessary and unworkable’ by a leading Conservative peer last night.
Lord Black of Brentwood warned that the measures would have ‘frightening implications’ for the welfare of vulnerable children and Press freedom in this country.
Ministers want to introduce measures which would grant anonymity to all teachers accused of attacking children.
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