There's controversy surrounding a disgraced Religious Education teacher who's been ruled fit to return to the classroom despite being sacked for possessing scores of indecent images of children.
Geoffrey Bettley was dismissed from his ten-year career at a Catholic school in West Yorkshire after he was cautioned by police when they discovered almost 200 child abuse images on his computer.
But now the Education Secretary has backed an official disciplinary watchdog which says he should no longer be bannned from teaching because he doesn't in their words "represent a risk to children and young people." Jon Hill reports.
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