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David Cameron tackled over special needs in schools

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Conservative leader David Cameron has been confronted on the campaign trail over the alleged segregation of disabled children in the education system.

Jonathan Bartley, who was accompanied by his son Samuel who has spina bifida, explained the two-year struggle he had faced to get the seven-year-old into his local school.

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