Education secretary bids to raise standards 'higher than ever before'
While BBC man adds spice to the row by alleging an affair between two officials involved
Education secretary wants more British-focused syllabus for English Literature courses
Suspect described as a high-achieving, middle-class schoolboy who had become increasingly withdrawn
Number of old boys 'preposterous' says education secretary
As Tory donor is tipped to replace Labour Ofsted chair, talk grows of 'full-blown' conflict in government
Write out 100 times: for every parent who dislikes his Thatcherite tone, there’s another who agrees about the Three Rs
The Education Secretary must stop fighting 'The Blob' and listen to education experts, says Sir David Bell
World War One rumpus rumbles on as Sir Tony Robinson accuses Gove of ‘slagging off teachers’
'Don't you dare lecture anyone on the NHS again,' he threatens Labour – before heaping praise on his team
We still back you, says message from Number 10 as American plans more punitive strikes on Syria
Education secretary wants pupils who fail maths and English GCSEs to keep studying core subjects
1-8 represent the most radical shake-up of school examinations in a generation
Education Secretary claims those fighting reforms are anti-aspiration - but what of his own ambitions?
It's low skills and bad management that are holding Britain back, not 'Bwussels', says Boris
Gove's PPS says he'll vote for rebel amendment while David Davis throws champagne party for Mad Nad
Even Cameron's ally Michael Gove could see this was bad Tory politics - though the doctors are furious
Number Ten still believes Miliband and Balls are eminently beatable in 2015. Yes, but...