A head teacher who paid himself two salaries totalling £280,000 has been banned from teaching.
Liam Nolan was executive head teacher, CEO and accounting officer at Perry Beeches The Academy Trust in Birmingham until he resigned in May 2016.
Nolan, who was found guilty of professional misconduct, may apply for the ban to be lifted in 2020, the Teaching Regulation Agency (TRA) said.
But it said having the order removed was "not an automatic right".
The academy was once praised by former Prime Minister David Cameron who opened one of the…