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Banned staff revealed to be teaching at Trojan horse school
At least two teachers accused of involvement in the Trojan Horse plot to "Islamise" Birmingham schools have been reinstated by the academy at the heart of the scandal, despite being banned from the teaching profession.
Shakeel Akhtar, the assistant principal of Park View School, and Saqib Malik, director of student progress, have in recent weeks resumed teaching children in class, in a move that has been heavily criticised by other staff and is understood to have contributed to at least two resignations.
Both men are among more than a dozen teachers allegedly involved in the plot who are still subject to "interim prohibition orders" banning them from teaching.
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