Abuse inquiry judge urged to investigate Dunblane boarding school
March 5 2017, 12:01am
The Sunday Times
Anne Smith is chairwoman of the Scottish child abuse inquiryl
The judge at the helm of an historic child abuse review in Scotland is being urged to investigate a top private school with links to the royal family.
Glenn Harrison, a former housemaster at Dunblane’s Queen Victoria School (QVS), has raised fresh concern that pupils were sexually abused by a paedophile ring during the 1980s and 1990s. He first blew the whistle 26 years ago but has written to Lady Anne Smith, chairwoman of the Scottish child abuse inquiry, making a new case for its inclusion in her review.
The prestigious school, attended by children of Scottish servicemen and women, did not feature on a list published in January that detailed more than 60 establishments under investigation.
The omission has raised eyebrows in…
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