Two months after Derby's failing Muslim school was placed in special measures, a monitoring inspection has found it "less stable" and still "in chaos".

As exclusively predicted in yesterday's Derby Telegraph, inspectors from Ofsted – the Office for Standards in Education – found there had been "no improvement" at Al-Madinah School.

Their report, which also revealed 47 pupils and five staff had left since the first damning inspection in October, follows a visit to the free school two weeks ago.

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