Following that case, BBC News reported:
This is tackling the symptom rather than the cause.
Schools Secretary Ed Balls has asked for a report on the problem of parents cheating to get school places.
England's Schools Adjudicator will look at the scale of the problem and whether there are enough powers to tackle cheats - and if they are being used.
The reason that many parents cheat to get their children into a preferred school is that too many councils run schools to which no caring parent would want to send their children.
No, I don't have an easy solution. But the first step to tackling a problem is to admit that it exists.