MP slams education event where banned Trojan Horse schools-linked governor is guest speaker
Tahir Alam, who was accused as being as the "prime mover" in the Trojan Horse plot to Islamise schools, will be at the University of Birmingham-hosted event
A Muslim MP has criticised a group for inviting a Trojan-Horse linked former school governor to talk at a secular education debate - despite him being banned from running schools.
Tahir Alam, 48, became the first person to be barred by the Government for "undermining British values" and failing to show tolerance to those of different faiths.
He was named in an anonymous letter in 2014 detailing ' Operation Trojan Horse' - an alleged plot by hardline Muslims to Islamise non-faith schools.
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