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Teachers speak out amid 'Trojan Horse' probe

25 April 2014 Last updated at 16:22 BST

Allegations of a co-ordinated move by a group of Muslim hardliners to take control of as many as 25 Birmingham schools - the so-called Operation Trojan Horse - is subject to three investigations.

The claims are centred on Park View School, in Alum Rock.

There have been a number of different claims and counter-claims.

Amid the uncertainty, Newsnight went to Birmingham and spoke to two teachers from Park View about what they say happened there.

Chris Cook reports.

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