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28 April 2014, 08:30 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
A hotline opens for people to report any information about the claims strict Muslims have been trying to take over schools.
The City Council have set up the the phone number after recieving hundreds of emails about the so-called Trojan Horse plot.
Birmingham City Council has appointed Ian Kershaw as its independent Chief Advisor to lead on the review of the allegations and 18 schools in Birmingham are being investigated by Ofsted after allegations that sex education was being banned and girls were stopped from doing some sports.
Some of the schools involved deny the claims and say they're facing a 'witch hunt'.
Anyone with any information can contact the council in the following ways:
0121 303 7602 (line operational during office hours – at other times voicemail will be available for anyone wishing to leave a message so a return call can be arranged).
For further information, please visit: http://birminghamnewsroom.com/2014/04/trojan-horse-review-how-to-submit-information/