A comprehensive overview of The Trojan Horse affair in Birmingham (UK), looking at the key incidents involved. Colin Diamond has collected a wealth of fellow writers who reflect upon the experiences from the affair, examining key implications. The book recognises the complexities of inner-city schooling, drawing from a wealth of diverse communities, and how school leaders can embrace and welcome such diversity. The first-hand accounts of the affair make for fascinating reads, sharing learnings such as school leadership, governance and educational policy. This is an important and reflective book that looks at a critical incident in the educational history of the English system, understanding the complexities of communities and well as working to get the best balance.