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Muslim college vice-principal 'ordered out after inspection'
by Peter Magill
The vice-principal of a Muslim girl's college in East Lancashire, who claims she was ostracised for not wearing a veil, was ordered to leave after the establishment 'failed' an inspection, an employment tribunal heard.
Ghazala Khan, who alleges she was referred to as an 'outsider' at the Mohiuddin International Girls' College in Burnley and barred from certain assemblies, insists she was driven to the brink of a nervous breakdown by her treatment.
But college bosses, who deny she was ever 'vice-principal', have told the Manchester tribunal they received complaints describing her as 'rude and bad-tempered'.
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