Hello! Does anyone know of the following legal ruling - it was within the last 2 or 3 years and was either at the House of Lords or Court of Appeal and was reported nationally. In a nutshell, the ruling was that no one, even a teacher at a special school, should be expected to be subject to physical assaults at their place of work. It was regarded as a landmark ruling because it was brought on behalf of teachers at a special school who had been told they should expect to put up with a bit of argy-bargy because of where they worked. No one, including my union, seems to know anything of it and I can't track it down on the internet. Can anyone help? I know I didn't imagine it!