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Faith school named in sex discrimination case.

Faith school named in sex discrimination case.

Appeal Court judges have lifted a ban on the naming of an Islamic faith school at the centre of a legal battle over alleged sex discrimination.

Last November, High Court judge Mr Justice Jay ruled an Ofsted ruling that segregating boys and girls was unlawful discrimination was "erroneous".

He ruled the Ofsted report could be published but the school, Birmingham's Al-Hijrah, should not be named in it.

Lawyers applied for the school's anonymity to be lifted.

In November, the High Court ruled that Al-Hijrah school had not breached equality legislation by teaching boys and girls separately.

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