BeatBullying calls in administrators because of 'acute' financial difficulties

BeatBullying calls in administrators because of 'acute' financial difficulties

The anti-bullying charity's website urges people to go to Samaritans or ChildLine instead, and the Crystal Palace offices are closed

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Stephen Pidgeon: We are neglecting good opportunities - madness!

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