The founding trustees who set up Derby's first faith free school have resigned following damning reports about the school and their role in running it.

Their departure is likely to herald the start of changes at the Muslim free school, including the relocation of the primary section of the school from Friar Gate.

As of midnight last night, trustees Shazia Parveen, Shahban Rehmat and Ziad Amjad were no longer in charge of Al-Madinah School, which opened in September 2012.

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