Terror fear toy gun family get apology
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Terror fear toy gun family get Central Bedfordshire Council apology

A mother has told how her two young sons were given "nightmares" after they were removed from school and quizzed about their toy guns.

The children, aged five and seven, were at a Bedfordshire school when they revealed their parents had bought them toy guns in March 2016.

Their school informed the police and the two boys, who cannot be identified, were questioned.

Central Bedfordshire Council has accepted the children were discriminated against and apologised.

  • 08 Feb 2017