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Gove adviser 'attended key Trojan Horse meeting' in 2010

Michael Gove's adviser attended a meeting in 2010 where concerns about an alleged plot by Muslim hardliners to takeover some Birmingham schools were raised, the Independent says. Mr Gove said he was unaware of his department's Trojan Horse warnings.

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Radical preacher gave 'special assembly', says teacher

A teacher from one of the Birmingham "Trojan Horse" schools has confirmed a radical preacher came to give pupils a special assembly and encouraged them to fight in Afghanistan.

Speaking exclusively to Good Morning Britain, the anonymous teacher, who works at Park View, also said she heard senior teachers tell Muslim pupils they would "never be given jobs by white people".

Park View School denies that the assembly contained this information, while the preacher in question has yet to return GMB's request for comment.

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