Kings Science Academy, where a man was arrested today in connection with alleged fraud at the free school, was last year found to have claimed tens of thousands of pounds in public money which was not used for its intended purposes amid claims of financial irregularities.
The flagship free school in Bradford, which was visited by David Cameron in 2012, was found by an Education Funding Agency (EFA) investigation to have "serious failings" in its financial management.
The academy was one of the first free schools to open in September 2011. It was set up by its current principal Sajid Raza and was praised by the prime minister on his visit.
More top news
British Bankers' Association head Anthony Browne warned that some banks could be moving abroad within weeks due to Brexit uncertainty.
Labour said its plan would mean grieving families would not have to pay for either a burial plot or cremation for a child aged under 16.
The children are among around 70 new young arrivals to arrive in Britain under the landmark Dubs amendment.