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Leaked report says pupils 'not protected from extremism'

5 June 2014 Last updated at 20:17 BST

Pupils are not being protected from extremist views at a Birmingham school named in the Trojan Horse inquiry, a leaked Ofsted report has revealed.

Golden Hillock School in Sparkhill was branded inadequate in the unpublished report and placed in special measures.

Meanwhile, Education Secretary Michael Gove has denied being at war with Home Secretary Theresa May over the best way to tackle extremism.

Vicki Young reports.

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