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  • = Key Development Wednesday 9th April
  • 08:22 Michael Gove: I am saddened to see Miller go On air

    On Air | Michael Gove MP | Education Secretary | Today, BBC Radio 4 Video Michael Gove MP

    Michael Gove said he was “saddened” by the news that Maria Miller had resigned as Culture Secretary. “Maria’s resignation is, for those who know her, it’s sad to see a colleague who, as the Prime Minister acknowledged in his letter, work... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 7th April
  • 15:15 In Brief Events

    15:15 | Events | PoliticsHome Events

    Chancellor George Osborne addresses the American Enterprise Institute on the British recovery in Washington DC Business secretary Vince Cable announces a £100m fund to help companies strengthen their domestic supply chains at the MACH ma... Continue to article

  • 13:30 Transcript: Iain Duncan Smith to Business for Britain Transcripts

    Iain Duncan Smith to Business for Britain Transcripts

    Introduction (Thanks to Business for Britain for hosting.) It is a pleasure to be here…at the site of a real British success story What better setting to discuss the turnaround in our country’s fortunes. Labour’s Great Recession... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Saturday 5th April
  • 11:53 Cameron hails tax cuts as key to delivering Conservative values PoliticsHome News

    Cameron hails tax cuts as key to delivering Conservative values PoliticsHome News

    David Cameron has hailed the Government's tax cuts that come into effect tomorrow, saying they played a key role in delivering Conservative values. The personal allowance will rise to £10,000, which, according to Treasury analysis, will ... Continue to article

  • 11:10 Transcript: David Cameron's speech to the National Conservative Convention Transcripts

    David Cameron's speech to the National Conservative Convention Transcripts

    The Prime Minister, David Cameron, speaking today at a meeting of Conservative Party activists said:     We meet on the eve of some important changes in our country.     From tomorrow... ...millions of people will open their... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Thursday 3rd April
  • 20:01 Powell to the People The House Magazine

    20:01 | The House Magazine | PoliticsHome The House Magazine Powell to the People

      Is it time for Labour to find a new script? For nine months the party has focused relentlessly and successfully on the cost of living crisis. And for nine months the Conservatives have tried in vain to change the subject, highlight the... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Tuesday 1st April
  • 15:48 In Brief Events

    15:48 | Events | PoliticsHome Events

    Prime minister David Cameron meets with Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi in London Children and families minister Edward Timpson (09.45) and shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt (11.40) speak at a NSPCC conference in London on chi... Continue to article

  • 12:54 Lobby:No 10: PM completely behind Fallon and Cable Lobby Briefings

    12:54 | Lobby Briefings | PoliticsHome Lobby Briefings

    Downing Street stood firmly behind Vince Cable and Michael Fallon on the privatisation of the Royal Mail. The Prime Minister's Official Spokesman said: "He [David Cameron] completely agrees with the points that Michael Fallon and Vince C... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Thursday 27th March
  • = Key Development Wednesday 26th March
  • 10:34 Cabinet Office: Historic government building gets new future Press Release

    10:34| Press Release

    Cabinet Office press release   The Department for Education is moving into the historic Old Admiralty Building in a move that will save millions for the taxpayer.   The Department for Education (DfE) intends to move into Whiteha... Continue to article

  • 06:47 Christine Blower: Talks with DfE have made no progress On air

    On Air | Christine Blower | General Secretary, NUT | Daybreak, ITV Video Christine Blower

    Christine Blower said Michael Gove had refused to attend talks with unions on the dispute which has led to a strike today, but added that the discussions had made “no progress” anyway. “I’ve been in the meetings; he hasn’t been there. It... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 24th March
  • 15:25 Gove: Ofsted independence 'beyond question' House of Commons

    Gove: Ofsted independence 'beyond question' House of Commons

    Michael Gove has heaped praise on Ofsted chief executive Sir Michael Wilshaw and backed the organisation's independence in the wake of a row over political interference. On Friday, Sir Michael reignited the debate over the Education Secr... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Friday 21st March
  • 14:12 Greg Hurst tweets: Michael Gove tells ASCL conf move to national formula for funding schools could not happen as coalition can't agree budgets beyond 2015-16

    Twitter | Greg Hurst Twitter source icon

    Michael Gove tells ASCL conf move to national formula for funding schools could not happen as coalition can't agree budgets beyond 2015-16

  • = Key Development Thursday 20th March
  • 20:00 Iain Martin: The politics of friendship The House Magazine

    20:00 | The House Magazine | PoliticsHome The House Magazine Iain Martin: The politics of friendship

      Do not look for it. It’s not online anymore. In the recent purge – or tidying up – of the Conservative Party’s online videos and speeches from before the 2010 general election, the webcameron footage of David Cameron pelting Michael Go... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Wednesday 19th March
  • 22:50 Danny Alexander: I thought Tory 'beer and bingo' ad was a spoof On air

    On Air | Danny Alexander MP | Chief Secretary to the Treasur... | Newsnight, BBC Two Video Danny Alexander MP

    Danny Alexander said he had been astonished by the Conservatives 'beer and bingo' campaign advert. “I thought it was a spoof at first – it’s just pretty extraordinary. It may be our budget, but it’s their words. I think it’s rather patro... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Tuesday 18th March
  • 17:51 Mark Pritchard: We must move away from envy politics On air

    On Air | David Cameron MP | Prime Minister | PM, BBC Radio 4 Video David Cameron MP

    Mark Pritchard, responding to Michael Gove's complaints about the number of old Etonians in Cameron's inner circle, said individuals' background was irrelevant and said we must move away from "envy politics".  “I think there is an issue ... Continue to article

  • 13:08 Lobby:No 10: Further measures now in play for Russia Lobby Briefings

    13:08 | Lobby Briefings | PoliticsHome Lobby Briefings

    The international community must now “urgently consider” whether or not to suspend Russia from the G8, Downing Street has said. The Prime Minister’s spokesman said that “further measures” would be discussed at the EU Council meeting lat... Continue to article

  • 12:15 Lord Lamont: Mansion tax is a dangerous policy On air

    On Air | Lord Lamont | Former Chancellor | Daily Politics, BBC Two Video Lord Lamont

    Lord Lamont said the mansion tax was a "dangerous" policy. "I think the mansion tax will be another disaster for the Labour party, I think it's a very dangerous tax because I think a lot of people would have a great difficulty in paying ... Continue to article

  • 08:57 Stanley Johnson: Tory leadership candidates should not need to be MPs On air

    On Air | Stanley Johnson | Boris Johnson's father | Today, BBC Radio 4

    Stanley Johnson called for an overhaul of Tory rules to allow leadership candidates to come from outside the ranks of MPs, but denied he had been put up to the task by his son Boris. “No; 100% not. And as a matter of fact, this is a pure... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 17th March
  • 22:42 Baroness Warsi: Gove was right on Etonians attack On air

    On Air | David Cameron MP | Prime Minister | The Agenda, ITV Video David Cameron MP

    Baroness Warsi backed Michael Gove’s complaint that there are too many old Etonians in David Cameron’s inner circle. "Michael was making an incredibly serious point that it can't be right that the 7% of kids who go to independent school ... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Sunday 16th March
  • 10:21 George Osborne: My budget will address long-term weaknesses in the UK economy On air

    On Air | George Osborne MP | Chancellor of the Exchequer | The Andrew Marr Show, BBC One Video George Osborne MP

    George Osborne said his Budget would address long-term weaknesses in the UK economy. "The message I’ll be giving in the budget is that the economic plan is working but the job is very far from done. We need to build a resilient economy a... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Friday 14th March
  • 17:00 In Brief Events

    17:00 | Events | PoliticsHome Events

    Prime minister David Cameron attends the second day of meetings of the European Council in Brussels Labour Party leader Ed Miliband speaks at the Scottish Labour Party spring conference in Perth Education secretary Michael Gove speaks... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Thursday 13th March
  • 09:26 Nick Clegg: Free school meals allegation is utter nonsense On air

    On Air | Nick Clegg MP | Deputy PM and Lib Dem leader | Call Clegg, LBC Radio Video Nick Clegg MP

    Nick Clegg dismissed claims by Dominic Cummings, a former senior civil servant, that he 'put his fingers in his ears' when he was told his free school meals policy was in chaos as "nonsense". "I hear those criticisms, they are complete a... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Wednesday 12th March
  • 13:39 Henry de Zoete: School meal announcement came out of the blue for DfE On air

    On Air | Henry de Zoete | Former Department for Educatio... | World at One, BBC Radio 4

    Henry de Zoete said Nick Clegg’s conference announcement of free school meals for all infant children had come “out of the blue” for the Department of Education. “Michael Gove was very clear: he commissioned the school food review and wa... Continue to article

  • 11:53 Maude defends Coalition's record on public appointments House of Commons

    Maude defends Coalition's record on public appointments House of Commons

    The Coalition’s record on appointing women to public bodies is “significantly better” than the last Labour government, Francis Maude has said. A row broke out last month over Michael Gove’s decision not to reappoint Baroness Morgan, a L... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 10th March
  • 12:51 Fraser Nelson blog: Gove, Cameron and the myth of ‘state vs private’ schools News

    Blog | Coffee House source icon

    Will David Cameron send his kids to a state secondary school, as Michael Gove is doing? Today’s papers are following up James Forsyth’s  suggestion that Cameron will slum it as… Continue reading The p... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 3rd March
  • 23:17 Michael Gove: Opposition to my school changes is not intellectual, just inertia On air

    On Air | Michael Gove MP | Education Secretary | Newsnight, BBC Two Video Michael Gove MP

    Michael Gove said widespread opposition to his school plans was not "intellectual" but rather based on inertia. "I don’t go out of my way to solicit or to invite opposition; you’ll never get unanimity over any set of political changes un... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Sunday 2nd March
  • 11:30 Tristram Hunt: Govt's approach to new schools has been destructive On air

    On Air | Tristram Hunt MP | Shadow Education Secretary | Sunday Politics, BBC One Video Tristram Hunt MP

    Tristram Hunt described the Government’s current free school programme as “very destructive” because it failed to bring in new schools where they were most needed. “Our parent-led academies are in areas where we need new schools so we wa... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Thursday 27th February
  • 20:00 Hill climber The House Magazine

    20:00 | The House Magazine | PoliticsHome The House Magazine Hill climber

      Words: Paul Waugh Photos: Paul Heartfield    Jonathan Hill likes to live in the moment. “I’m not very good at thinking long term ahead or particularly looking backwards,” he says, as he sits back in an armchair, sipping tea in... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Tuesday 25th February
  • 18:54 Guardian: Michael Gove agrees to write to schools over female genital mutilation News

    News | The Guardian source icon

    * Female genital mutilation (FGM) * Health * Michael Gove Alexandra Topping theguardian.com © 2014 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this conte... Continue to article

  • 08:59 Labour statement: Labour: Tristram Hunt response to DfE stripping academy chain of schools Press Release

    08:59| Press Release | Labour Labour

    Labour press release Responding to reports on under-performing academy schools in the Telegraph, Labour's Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt MP said: "David Cameron and Michael Gove are allowing underperformance to go unchecked ... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 24th February
  • 12:53 Michael Gove: Scots would be foolish to quit UK On air

    On Air | Michael Gove MP | Education Secretary | BBC News Video Michael Gove MP

    Michael Gove said it would be “folly” for Scots to abandon the resources that being part of the United Kingdom offers. “In the past the nationalists have always said it’s Scotland’s oil and Scotland can be better off independent, taking ... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Thursday 20th February
  • 06:20 Mark Wallace blog: Pinning Down Miliband: What is Labour’s education policy? News

    Blog | ConservativeHome source icon

    Labour's lack of progress in the face of Michael Gove's onslaught has left even their most staunch supporters dissatisfied. Continue to article

  • = Key Development Thursday 13th February
  • 07:55 Martin Narey: Very optimistic Gove will welcome social work education report On air

    On Air | Martin Narey | Government adoption Tsar | Today, BBC Radio 4 Video Martin Narey

    Sir Martin Narey said he was "very optimistic" that Michael Gove would accept his report on children's social work education. "What employers tell me - and indeed what I have experienced in my time running Barnardos - is that some of the... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Wednesday 12th February
  • 09:46 Wilshaw: I asked Gove to keep Morgan as Ofsted chair PoliticsHome News

    Wilshaw: I asked Gove to keep Morgan as Ofsted chair PoliticsHome News

    Sir Michael Wilshaw has revealed he asked the Education Secretary not to remove Baroness Morgan as the chair of Ofsted. Michael Gove has come in for criticism after confirming that the Labour peer’s contract would not be renewed for a s... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Tuesday 11th February
  • 13:08 Transcript: Letter from Michael Gove to Ed Miliband about Labour’s latest position on free schools Transcripts

    Letter from Michael Gove to Ed Miliband about Labour’s latest position on free schools Transcripts

    Dear Ed, According to the Sunday Times, your Education Spokesman Tristram Hunt this weekend called for ‘an immediate halt to the free schools programme’. However, in your Hugo Young lecture yesterday you implied that the free schools ... Continue to article

  • 12:00 Clegg denies Danny Alexander has 'gone native' in Treasury House of Commons

    Clegg denies Danny Alexander has 'gone native' in Treasury House of Commons

    Nick Clegg has laughed off the idea Danny Alexander has “gone native” in George Osborne’s Treasury. The Chancellor’s aide Rob Wilson claimed last night that Mr Clegg had complained that Mr Alexander had become too close to the Conservat... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 10th February
  • 17:12 Tristram Hunt falsely attributing his own words to Ofsted chief - Michael Gove spokesperson Press Release

    17:12| Press Release

    Conservative press release In the Commons today, Tristram Hunt alleged that Michael Gove ‘has, in the words of Sir Michael [Wilshaw], unleashed “a smear campaign again the Chief Inspector”.’ Contrary to Tristram Hunt’s claims, Sir Mic... Continue to article

  • 15:35 Gove ‘running smear campaign’ against Ofsted chief House of Commons

    Gove ‘running smear campaign’ against Ofsted chief House of Commons

    The Education Secretary is “running a smear campaign” against Ofsted’s chief inspector of schools, Labour has charged. Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt said Michael Gove was briefing against Sir Michael Wilshaw because his inspec... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Friday 7th February
  • 12:11 Christine Blower: Teacher pay must not be linked to pupil performance On air

    On Air | Christine Blower | General Secretary, NUT | Daily Politics, BBC Two Video Christine Blower

    Christine Blower said teachers' pay must not be linked to individual student performance.  “The fact is we’re in position to negotiate what pay should look like and the fact is already teachers have to pass an induction year in order to ... Continue to article

  • 09:35 Clegg cools Gove row PoliticsHome News

    Clegg cools Gove row PoliticsHome News

      Nick Clegg has sought to end the row between Liberal Democrat figures and Michael Gove.  Mr Gove was criticised by Mr Clegg and Schools Minister David Laws over his decision to end Baroness Morgan’s tenure as chair of Ofsted, while Mr... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Tuesday 4th February
  • 17:01 YouGov blog: Education : Can State Schools Be as Good as Independents? News

    Blog | YouGov source icon

    Michael Gove, the controversial education secretary, has set himself a hugely ambitious task. Continue to article

  • 14:38 David Singleton tweets: Tony Blair's drift to right continues: now he's hanging out with Michael Gove. Intriguing stuff from @MattChorley

    Twitter | David Singleton Twitter source icon

    Tony Blair's drift to right continues: now he's hanging out with Michael Gove. Intriguing stuff from @MattChorley

  • 13:00 Lobby:No 10: Lord Smith providing important leadership at EA Lobby Briefings

    13:00 | Lobby Briefings | PoliticsHome Lobby Briefings

    Downing St today offered strong backing for Lord Smith's leadership of the Environment Agency "Lord Smith is providing important leadership to the Environment Agency. The Environment Agency is working with other parts of Government, local... Continue to article

  • 11:47 Michael Gove: Majority of teachers support education reforms On air

    On Air | Michael Gove MP | Education Secretary | This Morning, ITV News Video Michael Gove MP

    Michael Gove insisted the majority of teachers were behind his programme of education reforms, regardless of the views of some union leaders. “Some of the union leaders will have a go, whoever the Education Secretary is. If the Archangel... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 3rd February
  • 19:14 Michael Gove: Geeks and nerds are cool On air

    On Air | David Blunkett MP | former Home Secretary | Channel 4 News Video David Blunkett MP

    Michael Gove hit back at criticism that he was trying to impose an education system that was too focussed on academic attainment and said geeks and nerds should be seen as “cool”. “I think we haven’t been ambitious enough academically fo... Continue to article

  • 19:13 Tristram Hunt: We won't raise standards with unqualified teachers On air

    On Air | Michael Gove MP | Education Secretary | Channel 4 News Video Michael Gove MP

    Tristram Hunt said educational standards in Britain will not improve if the Government continues to allow unqualified teachers into the classroom.  "I think Michael Gove’s language is unfortunate. You look at the best performing educatio... Continue to article

  • 17:26 Peter Lilley: Morgan had no right to assume a permanent stay at Ofsted On air

    On Air | Peter Lilley MP | | PM, BBC Radio 4 Video Peter Lilley MP

    Peter Lilley hit out at Baroness Morgan for trying to make a “party-political point” out of her removal as chair of Ofsted. “It was he who appointed Sally Morgan, a Labour supporter, a former Labour minister I think in the government, to... Continue to article

  • 16:27 Tristram Hunt: State schools and public schools need to share expertise On air

    On Air | Tristram Hunt MP | Shadow Education Secretary | BBC News Video Tristram Hunt MP

    Tristram Hunt said Labour wanted to see state schools and private schools learn from each other more. “We think that the state sector has a great deal to learn from private schools, but we also think that private schools have a great dea... Continue to article

Stories involving Michael Gove

Cameron faces internal criticism over drink levy

David Cameron is facing a backlash from his own Cabinet over plans to introduce a minimum price for alcohol. Michael Gove and Andrew Lansley claim the move is unfair on low-income drinkers who consume responsibly. Meanwhile a study from the Adam Smith Institute has cast doubt on whether a minimum price would be successful in cutting crime and preventing health problems.


Ofqual to probe GCSE grades

The Labour Party has welcomed the decision of exams regulator Ofqual to "look closely" at the way examiners awarded marks for this summer's GCSE exams.

Regulator Glenys Stacey said in a letter to the National Association of Head Teachers there was a "question" lying over how the grade bands were set.

"We recognise the continuing concerns among students, parents and teachers about this year's GCSE English results," Ms Stacy wrote. "We will look closely at how the results were arrived at. We will do this quickly, but thoroughly."

Shadow Education Secretary Stephen Twigg welcomed Ofqual's decision but said he would still urge an independent parliamentary inquiry "to find out what happened to cause this fiasco in the first place".

Head teachers have written to to the Education Secretary asking for an inquiry into the fall in GCSE grades.

The National Association of Head Teachers wrote to Michael Gove after it was inundated with calls on the subject of grade boundary changes.

Exam boards confirmed grade boundaries had been raised by as much as 10%, often halfway through the year.

Shadow education minister Karen Buck said there was a "coalition of anxiety" over the disappointing results.

One large chain of academies, the Academies Enterprise Trust, is planning a legal challenge against the Government over the shift.


Gove to double free schools

The Government is planning to double the number of free schools, allowing between 80 and 100 more to be launched. Education Secretary Michael Gove is expected to give his approval to the schools in the next ten days, bringing the total number in the country to more than 170.


Gove 'panders' to Tory right

Michael Gove has “unashamedly” pandered to the Tory right in his desire to become leader, according to Labour’s Andrew Adonis.

In an interview with The House magazine, Lord Adonis confirmed he was in regular contact with Mr Gove, and praised him for putting academies at the heart of the Government’s education programme.

But he criticised the Education Secretary for compromising progressive principles to court the right-wing:

“Some of the stuff that Michael has been doing has been unashamedly pandering to the Tory right. Michael… would like to be progressive but he also seems to me to want to be leader of the Conservative Party and is making the classic mistake, if I can give him some advice through your columns, of thinking that they way that do that is by pandering to the worst in your party.”

It was “slightly depressing” that many in the Labour party were still against the academy system, he added:

“The fact that the Conservatives have now put at the centre of their education programme the creation of academies to replace failing comprehensive schools rather than doing what they were doing ten or 15 years ago, which was setting up a few more grammar schools or a few more assisted places at private schools, is a sign, basically, that we’ve won the argument. Well that’s great. That’s fantastic.

“The slightly depressing thing is that some people on my own side… think that we compromised too much with the other side without understanding what’s really at stake here, which is creating successful education institutions, serving the community at large, which means predominantly the less well off because most people aren’t particularly well off, where they didn’t exist before.”


Restaurant bosses to review school meals

The owners of the Leon restaurant in London are to review school meals.

Henry Dimbleby and John Vincent have been asked by Michael Gove to give him advice in the form of a report  in 2013.

The new iniative is the latest Government attempt to try and make school meals healthier as figures show that over half of secondary schools serve greasy food on a daily basis.


Gove targets uncooperative councils

Michael Gove compel two underperforming local councils to have their schools join the Government's academy programme. Schools in Leeds and Middlesbrough will be expected to accept new sponsors and possibly new headteachers. But education unions have accused Mr Gove of choosing the councils because they have been less cooperative with ministers. Chris Keates, general secretary of the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers, said the plan "demonstrates that this is not about running a quality education service [but] about victimising people who don't agree with their ideological agenda."


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