A report by Birmingham City Council into the so-called "Trojan Horse" allegations of an extremist Muslim plot to infiltrate some Birmingham schools has found "no evidence of a conspiracy to promote an anti-British agenda, violent extremism or radicalisation".
However a draft report commissioned by the government and leaked to the Guardian newspaper has found evidence of "coordinated, deliberate and sustained action to introduce an intolerant and aggressive Islamist ethos".
That draft report was written by Peter Clarke, the former head of Metropolitan Police's counter-terrorism unit.
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