United Kingdom courts have held that the right to an education suitable to a person's needs1 is not a 'civil right' for the purposes of the right2 to a fair hearing3 and that a pupil already in attendance at a particular school does not have a 'civil right' not to be permanently excluded therefrom without good reason
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