A court has ruled that the Roman Catholic Diocese of Middlesbrough is not solely responsible for paying-out eight milion pounds in compensation to victims of alleged abuse at a former Catholic school near York.
A hundred and seventy former pupils at St William's school claim to have suffered appalling physical and sexual abuse within the home.
The diocese believe that the Roman Catholic Order of Brothers, which it hired to run the school, should share liability.
Today, in a landmark ruling, a judge at the Supreme Court agreed.
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