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Trojan Horse inquiry: 'Ofsted had agenda to fail school'

Ofsted reports triggered by an alleged hardline Muslim plot in some Birmingham schools are due to be published later.

The Trojan Horse inquiry into 21 schools is expected to say six schools will be placed in special measures, and that five of them did not protect pupils from extremism.

But Mohammed Ashraf, governor of Golden Hillock School in Sparkhill, has said Ofsted's report did not reflect the work done at the school.

''Ofsted had a pre-set agenda - an agenda to fail the school,'' he said.

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