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A primary school teacher says he has received threats from parents amid protests over teachings about LGBTQ rights and homophobia.

Demonstrations against the classes have been held outside Parkfield Community School in Alum Rock, Birmingham.

Assistant head Andrew Moffat, who is gay, said he had received «nasty emails» and threats, including one which warned he «wouldn’t last long».

Protesters have accused him of promoting «personal beliefs».

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