By news.sky.com

Source: news.sky.com

A student who could not read until he was 13 has just earned a first-class honours university degree and is planning a career in academia and politics.

William Carter, now 22, has severe dyslexia and dyspraxia, and was put in the bottom set in all subjects at primary school and teased because he could not read.

He was referred to children’s mental health services due to feeling lonely after falling behind other pupils and being unable to participate in lessons.

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