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At least six Birmingham schools at the centre of an alleged Islamic takeover plot are set to be placed in "special measures" by Ofsted in a move that could see their entire leadership removed.

The six schools are implicated in the so-called "Trojan Horse" plot by extremists to "Islamise" secular state education in Birmingham which has allegedly seen the illegal segregation of pupils and discrimination against non-Muslim pupils.

The Telegraph understands the six will be rated "inadequate" by the schools inspectorate after a series of snap inspections over the past few weeks. The label usually leads to "special measures", which in turn give Ofsted the power to remove senior managers or even close the schools.


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