Outrage as schoolgirl, 12, knocked unconscious and has spiders rubbed on face

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A 14-year-old has been expelled from Oldfield School in Bath after videos showed the victim being beaten unconscious and rubbed with a spider 'to make sure she wasn't faking'
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