Muslim leaders in Bristol slam Government plans to regulate religious schools

Muslim education leaders in Bristol have hit back at the Government’s plans to regulate madrasahs in England.


A consultation by the Department for Education is now ongoing into how religious schools can be inspected and regulated.


Last month, Prime Minister David Cameron said children were “having their heads filled with poison and their hearts filled with hate” at these Muslim supplementary schools.


There are about 2,000 madrasahs in the UK, and any out-of-school settings providing education would be required to register and be open to inspection.


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