St Bede’s Catholic School is a Catholic grammar school in Manchester which has been the subject of complaints of abuse. There have been allegations of the historic sexual abuse of boys aged between 11 and 15 at the school, with Monsignor Thomas Duggan, Father Charles Mulholland and Father Vincent Hamilton all being named as abusers; all three alleged abusers have now died and were never convicted of any such crimes.
A further member of staff, Father William Green, admitted 27 sexual assaults in 2007 and as a result was jailed for the abuse of children in his care in the 1970s. Claims are now being brought against the Diocese of Salford.
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