Blazering a trail

5th October 2007 at 01:00
Pupils at a south Wales school burnt a blazer in protest at new rules making them compulsory. Police were called after pupils, mainly from Year 11, walked out of lessons and started the blaze in the bus bay at Abertillery Comprehensive School. Pauline Thomas, head, has written to pupils of the parents.

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