The Government was warned about extremist attempts to take over Birmingham schools four years before the "Trojan Horse" letter became public - but did nothing, Labour has claimed.

Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt told the House of Commons that Ministers had put city pupils at risk.

He hit out after Education Secretary Nicky Morgan told MPs that she was confident the problems exposed by inquiries into Trojan Horse affair, which found there had been a "co-ordinated, deliberate and sustained" campaign to introduce "an intolerant and aggressive Islamic ethos into a few schools", could not happen again.

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