Should teachers be banned from the BNP?
The government commissioned the report last September after a leaked list identified 15 BNP members as teachers.
BNP members are barred from the police and prison service. But review author Maurice Smith said there was currently "insufficient evidence of risk" to ban them from teaching.
Schools Secretary Ed Balls welcomed the report. But the teaching union NASUWT said Mr Smith had "squandered a golden opportunity." It said: "The idea that a person who signs up to membership of the BNP can simply leave these beliefs at the school gate... is risible."
Should teachers be banned from joining the BNP? Would it pose any risk to pupils? Does it matter what a teacher's personal views are? Can they leave their beliefs at the school gate?
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