Police called to North Yorkshire school after toilet breaks 'limited to two a day'

Police were called when a protest erupted at a school in North Yorkshire after students were limited to two toilet breaks a day. 

Officers were forced to be called in after up to 40 students took to the playing fields on Friday morning protesting the controversial new rule at Bedale High School. 

Parents have criticised the school after being informed the 580 pupils were only allowed a bathroom break between 11.05am and 11.25am, and 12.25pm and 12.45pm. 

The decision was criticised as “breaching human rights”, but the 11-16 comprehensive school maintains the toilets are accessible on request and to those who held a

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