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Trojan Horse: There was no extremism in Birmingham schools, says teaching union chief
The general secretary of teaching union NASUWT has claimed there has been no radicalisation or religious extremism in Birmingham's Trojan Horse schools.
Chris Keates, general secretary of Rednal-based union, has dismissed the findings of two independent reports and has written to the Education Secretary Nicky Morgan to complain about one penned by former anti-terror chief Peter Clarke.
Mr Clarke, who led a Government-ordered probe into the Trojan Horse plot after five Birmingham schools were placed in special measures following snap Ofsted inspections, found "compelling evidence" of an attempt to "gain control" of some school governing bodies.
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