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PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on Trojan Horse school row

11 June 2014 Last updated at 12:56 BST

The prime minister said the Trojan Horse row over extremism claims in Birmingham schools should not be used as an excuse to attack academies or free schools.

And David Cameron told MPs that Birmingham City Council had "failed in their duty" to parents over its handling of the claims about Islamist extremism in schools

He was responding to Ed Miliband at PMQs who asked where parents and children could go to if they feared extremism in schools, when the headteacher was removed and the governing body was part of the problem,

And the Labour leader said there was a "incredibly fragmented school system where no-one is property responsible",

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