Chris Brooksbank, Furness Association secretary for the NUT, welcomed the Cumbrian response to the strike louis vuitton bags sale uk as almost half the county’s schools agreed to close.

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John Swainston, head of Schools and Learning at Cumbria County Council, said last night: “Many schools will remain open on Thursday, but we expect a large number will be closed due to the strike.

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