On the one hand the government's forthcoming counter-extremism strategy:
'is... said to claim the Trojan Horse affair - which looked at allegations hard-line Muslims were trying to gain control of schools in Birmingham - was "not an isolated example of schools where extreme views became prevalent".' (BBC News)
On the other, the Conservative chair of the Education Select Committee said:
'apart from one incident, no evidence of extremism or radicalisation was found by any of the inquiries into any of the schools involved.'