Muslim ‘Trojan horse’ plot leader is banned from any involvement with schools for ‘undermining British values’

The former education chairman who was named as the architect of the Trojan Horse Muslim takeover plot in Birmingham has been banned from any involvement with schools.

Tahir Alam has become the first person to be issued with the blanket ban by the Department for Education (DfE), which accused him of ‘undermining the fundamental British values’.

Mr Alam, who resigned as chairman of governors at the Park View Educational Trust after 17 years in charge, at the height of the scandal, said he intended to appeal against the decision.

h/t TQ