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Pupils at Trojan Horse-linked school thought they had to 'choose between being British and Muslim'
The new headteacher of a Birmingham school linked to the so-called Trojan Horse scandal has revealed "confused" pupils were left feeling they had to "choose between being British and being a Muslim".
Fuzel Choudhury is the new principal of the former Park View School in Alum Rock, now called Rockwood Academy.
It was of the five city schools plunged into special measures last year amid allegations of a plot by hardline Muslims to take control of governing bodies, oust teachers and Islamise the curriculum.
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