Trojan Horse: Birmingham MP calls for teachers to have their say
Khalid Mahmood demands that school staff should be given freedom to give evidence to investigators
Teachers who worked at Birmingham schools caught up in the Trojan Horse investigation should be freed from "gagging" orders and allowed to speak out, an MP has demanded.
Perry Barr MP Khalid Mahmood said former teachers, heads and governors should be allowed to give evidence without fear of losing their pay-offs or pensions.
He made the call in letters to education secretary Michael Gove and Birmingham Council leader Sir Albert Bore.
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