City fights new Trojan Horse Islamic schools bardistan...

Teachers in Bradford are fighting to prevent a takeover of Muslim-majority state schools by a group closely linked to the alleged “Trojan Horse” plotters in Birmingham.

Two successful head teachers in the Yorkshire city have left their jobs and a third has been subject to “constant” criticism by governors trying to “drive her out”, staff at the schools concerned said.

One of the departed heads said she had been the victim of an “attempted coup” by “dementors [evil characters]” and people “working against me, overtly and covertly”
The entire governing body at another Bradford secondary school has been sacked by the local council as it attempts to tackle the problem.

Senior Department for Education sources said that coordinated attempts to undermine secular heads had occurred or were suspected in at least five places across the UK – Birmingham, Bradford, Manchester, and the London boroughs of Waltham Forest and Tower Hamlets.