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This incident has been deleted from this page on several occasions, mostly with no explanation. Given the undisputed facts that the victim was a Bellerbys student, as were all four of the jailed perpetrators, that it followed a social event held on Bellerbys' campus, and that it occurred in Bellerbys' own student residence this incident surely should be noted on this page.JezGrove (talk) 00:30, 6 March 2015 (UTC)

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"Rape" sectionEdit

I see that there is an ongoing edit war over the "rape" section. Those taking part should discuss the issue here rather than continuing to revert each other's edits.

Among the reasons used to justify its removal are "Bellerbys college wishes to have this part removed", and "I wish to remove this part as it does not reflect the education that Bellerbys provides, and is not neutral- it was most likely inserted by a competitor". These are not valid reasons for its removal. Indeed, persons connected with the college have a conflict of interest, and should avoid editing the article at all, though they are encouraged to contribute to this page. The section on the rape was created with this edit by JezGrove. Maproom (talk) 14:36, 17 August 2017 (UTC)

For the record, I have no connection with Bellerbys College or its competitors, nor with any of their students. I am, furthermore, aware of news reports concerning the rape which give (or certainly gave, I haven't revisited them recently) salacious details which I excluded from my edit - I sought only to include the basic facts, which all pertained to both the college's students and its premises. There are also news reports about other unfortunate historical incidents involving the college's students, including deaths in circumstances that attracted tabloid attention, that I haven't sought to include in the article simply because, aside from the individuals' studentship, these events had no direct connection with the institution. Best wishes JezGrove (talk) 19:39, 12 July 2018 (UTC)

Conflict of interest editingEdit

Three contributors who have added substantial content to this article are single purpose accounts (SPAs). All three have added promotional text. A fourth SPA has sought to remove content unfavourable to the college. There is a possibility that paid editing may be involved.  Velella  Velella Talk   18:47, 12 July 2018 (UTC)

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