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Bullying helpline patron quits over No 10 row

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A patron of an anti-bullying charity has resigned, saying its founder breached confidentiality by claiming Downing Street staff used its helpline.

Prof Cary Cooper told the BBC was he was "very upset" and felt it "wholly inappropriate" that Christine Pratt had revealed any information relating to the helpline's clients.

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