St Bede's abuse victim: 'Nothing can make up for what happened to me at school'
Dozens of Britain's leading private schools are facing a sharp rise in legal claims for historical sex abuse allegations dating back decades.
Now one legal firm says the schools should pay American-style financial damages running into hundreds of thousands or possibly millions of pounds to compensate victims whose lives have been ruined by abuse.
Rick Merrin was abused as a boy when at St Bede's College in Manchester, he says nothing could make up for happened to him and the impact it has had on his life.
Mark Easton reports.
31 Jan 2014
- From the section UK