Ministers given Muslim Trojan Horse schools plot warning in 2010

Mr Boyes – whose school is not being inspected by Ofsted – told BBC News he gave the department a presentation about the same threat in 2010, three years before the Trojan Horse letter was sent to Birmingham City Council.

“Back in 2010, I had a whole series of colleagues, other head teachers, who were reporting concerns about governance and things that weren’t going well in their schools.

“Over 20 years… tensions and politics have exploded and as a result head teachers have had nervous breakdowns, they’ve lost their jobs, schools have been really torn apart,” he said.

h/t ZD

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