How a child murderer ended up working at an Oxford primary school

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Credits  Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Alt Text  Schoolchildren in school uniform Legal loophole meant Spanish killer Iria Suarez-Gonzalez did not have to reveal her conviction In Depth Monday, June 17, 2019 - 10:05am A woman jailed for killing a schoolgirl as a teenager was able to teach at primary school in Oxford for almost a year without disclosing her conviction, it has emerged. Iria Suarez-Gonza
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