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Cieslak also won’t be placed on the sex offenders list.
Married teacher Isabelle Graham, 28 (pictured with her husband Andrew on their wedding day), insisted she was a practising Christian and had been saving herself for her wedding night but has today been banned from teaching for having relations with a 17-year-old pupil at a Travelodge in Edinburgh after prom The charges levelled against Ms Graham in full read: 'On 5 June or 6 June 2014 or overnight, whilst employed as a teacher at Whitburn Academy and following the school's Sixth Year Prom at Carlton Highland Hotel, North Bridge, Edinburgh, you did accompany Pupil A and other pupils to the Travelodge, Waterloo Place, Edinburgh, where you did have inappropriate contact with Pupil A.''You did spend approximately three hours alone with Pupil A in an hotel room. And in light of the above it is alleged that your fitness to teach is impaired.' Mrs Graham, who taught French at Whitburn Academy, West Lothian but has now moved abroad, is alleged to have spent three hours alone with him, drinking, sharing a bed and 'repeatedly engaged in sexual activity'.Buckingham Palace has denied rumours that there is cause for concern over the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh's health, after an emergency meeting at Buckingham Palace caused Twitter to wildly speculate.The BBC's royal correspondent, Peter Hunt, said that the meeting isn't related to the wellbeing of either the Queen or the Duke.A conscience clause added to the canon will ensure that no cleric is obliged to conduct a marriage ceremony that is against his or her conscience.
The Church will simply stay silent on marriage, something made possible in the Scottish Episcopal Church because its doctrine is expounded not in its canons but in its liturgy.
They met more friends and bought vodka before arriving in a Mc Donald’s at 11.30pm.