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The headmaster at fee-paying Clifton Hall School, near Edinburgh has spoken out to say that anti-bullying measures have gone too far and could create a generation of "damaged" adults. Rod Grant says that we need to separate real bullying from normal "day-to-day" incidents and allow children to "fight their own battles" at times, adding that schools have become "clinically safe" leaving pupils unprepared for the real world.
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