Theatre workshops to stop pupils being "radicalised" are part of a raft of measures being used in the wake of the Trojan Horse scandal, the Birmingham Mail can exclusively reveal.

A post-Trojan Horse "action plan" has been penned by chiefs at Birmingham City Council, including 40 Home Office-funded anti-extremism workshops.

Schools caught up in the scandal, which saw hardline Muslims attempting to take control of governing bodies, have been hand-picked by West Midlands Police's counter terrorism unit to take part in the workshops.

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