UK: Muslims are STILL trying to infiltrate ‘Trojan Horse’ schools

The head of Ofsted has warned Islamist extremists pose a risk to vulnerable children who are not being protected by their local authority.

In a damning letter entitled, ‘Birmingham City Council is still failing its children’, Sir Michael Wilshaw said the council had failed in its duty to help schools to keep pupils safe from the potential risks of radicalisation.

He singled out Birmingham, Luton and Bradford as areas of ‘concern’ as he warned that missing pupils could be at risk of exposure to extremism.