The family of bullied schoolgirl Sinead Taylor have spoken for the first time since her death. The 15-year-old aspiring dancer had revealed in a YouTube video giving advice to others that she had considered suicide. Her mother Carrie Sangar said she was "fun, loving and beautiful."
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