'Fire' BNP teachers

26th March 2010 at 00:00

Headteachers should have the power to fire BNP teachers, David Cameron said last week. The Conservative party leader said that being a member of the BNP and a teacher was "completely incompatible". Earlier this month, the Government ruled out a ban on teachers becoming members of the party. Speaking at the Harris Academy in Peckham, south-east London, Mr Cameron said: "Any good headteacher would not have a member of the BNP within a hundred miles of a school. They should be able to fire someone for that reason."

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