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Teacher forced from job by husband's affair

Belfast teacher claims she was forced from job by headmaster husband having affair with colleague - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

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Wonder how many times this happens?

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You mean cheating in a professional setting?

Probably pretty often


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You mean cheating in a professional setting?

Probably pretty often
Yes, that's more than likely
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Re: Teacher forced from job by husband's affair

Why are these articles written in such a convoluted way?
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Why are these articles written in such a convoluted way?
Because it's sub-judice - the tribunal case is still going on

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Because it's sub-judice - the tribunal case is still going on
UK papers are usually very circumspect when covering legal cases.
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