Catholic schoolgoers claim they're sexually abused by monks 30 July 2013 UK Report by Primedia Broadcasting published on 2013/07/30 06:12:25 +0000 Dozens of pupils at exclusive Roman Catholic boarding schools in Scotland have alleged they were sexually and physically abused by monks, one of whom allegedly raped at least five boys. Nine Benedictine monks who taught at the Fort Augustus Abbey school in the Highlands and its preparatory school in East Lothian have been accused of repeatedly beating, sexually assaulting and verbally abusing boys in their care over several decades. Britain's government has defended a controversial campaign featuring lorries with billboards urging illegal immigrants to "go home or face arrest'', after criticism from a senior minister. Two trucks, each displaying a huge poster with a number for migrants to text if they wish to return to their country of origin, were driven around six London boroughs for a week in a pilot scheme by the interior ministry. Usain Bolt and Mo Farah are on course to meet in a one-off race. The multiple Olympic champions — in London for the Anniversary Games at the weekend — are both keen to compete for charity over a neutral distance, probably 600metres.