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Teenage boys sentenced after wrecking Stamford model railway exhibition

THE parents of each of three 16-year-old boys who went on a drunken early-hour wrecking spree inside Market Deeping Railway Club’s exhibition at a school in Stamford, Lincolnshire, have been ordered to pay £500 compensation.

The three boys, who were

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