The Birmingham governor accused of being a "prime mover" in the so-called Trojan Horse scandal has vowed to remain working in education - despite being banned from any involvement in schools.

Defiant Tahir Alam said he would not give up on his career as "an educationalist" after the Government used new powers to bar him from managing independent schools or being on any governing bodies.

The Department for Education ban was imposed earlier this year after Mr Alam faced allegations he had put pupils "at risk of vulnerability to radicalisation" and failed to provide them with "the necessary learning and skills to flourish in modern, multi-cultural Britain".

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