News Edward Bunyan and Indira Gainiyeva left Stonyhurst College in Clitheroe, Lancashire, in the early hours of Monday morning

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Letter: Check this

Sir: Bill Bryson is baffled by some of the words thrown up by his computer spell-checker (Bryson's America, 12 July). "Internat" exists in French and German, and means "boarding school". What it's doing on his spell-checker, I cannot imagine. "Falx", as I'm sure you know, is "the sickle-shaped fold of the dura mater on the midline of the brain between the cerebral hemispheres". Alas, I can find no trace of "phose". Any offers?

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Summerhill to fight threat criticism

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Football: Chelsea need a spell in finishing school

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So you still want to send the kids to boarding school?

`Fainting' is not the only release from boredom in boarding schools. Nor is it new.

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Gay rights: New move on age of consent Bill

PLANS TO lower the age of consent for homosexuals to 16 will be re-introduced in the Commons six months after peers overwhelmingly voted against them.

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I WAS interested to read Jonathan Chapple's paen of praise to boarding schools today (Your Views, 5 November). May I presume he is also in favour of better provision for adults to cope with the after-effects of boarding school life?

Education: Sleeping giants must wake up - fast

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Krishna monks abused pupils

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