Child sex abuse: 'half-baked report ignores Pakistani gangs'

First Post Wed 21 Nov, AT 10:45

Ministers slam report into child sex abuse that refuses to point finger at British Pakistani abusers

Gove: 'Tough exams and rote learning help inspire students'

Summary Wed 14 Nov, AT 14:12

Education Secretary likely to please back-to-basics traditionalists but alarm modernists

44 Tories call for state press regulation on eve of Leveson

First Post Fri 9 Nov, AT 11:19

After Boris Johnson and Michael Gove speak out against statutory regulation, other Tories break ranks

Unions attack Michael Gove's 'muddled' teacher training plan

First Reaction Fri 26 Oct, AT 10:49

No marks for consistency as Gove first welcomes unqualified teachers and now deplores low standards


Cameron under cosh as eight ministers 'ready to quit EU'

Mon 15 Oct, AT 10:55 The Mole

Scots deal ramps up the pressure for an in/out vote on EU – and further exposes rift between Tories and Lib Dems

UK ready to opt out of EU justice measures

First Post Sun 14 Oct, AT 10:03

Coalition rift looms as senior Tories demand that Britain repatriates important powers from EU

Gove's new aide advocated writing off the North of England

One-Minute Read Wed 26 Sep, AT 14:52

Dr Tim Leunig, Gove's new aide, suggested abandoning regeneration attempts in Northern cities

A welcome for the Ebacc - but is coursework really that bad?

Talking Point Tue 18 Sep, AT 09:07

End of 'dumbed down' GCSEs is greeted warmly by some - but do Michael Gove's reforms constitute progress?