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A tawse consists of a strip of leather, with one end split into a number of tails.The thickness of the leather and the number of tails is variable.
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This judgement led indirectly to the use of the tawse (and all other forms of corporal punishment) being banned by law in UK state schools.
Many Scottish saddlers made tawses for local schoolmasters.
The official name "tawse" was hardly ever used in conversation by either teachers or pupils, who instead referred to it as either the school strap or the belt, the normal term for an unforked implement, as worn in trousers (see belt).
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After 1972 the construction of Colleges ceased until 1990 with the foundation of James College.
A year later, work began on purpose-built structures on the Heslington Campus, which now forms the main part of the university.