And: Gove says MPs can sit at weekends to get a deal through. Plus: Brisk business at the bookstall – and the menace of the “offence archaeologists”.
Posts Tagged: Michael Gove
WATCH: “We will see what the legislation says.” Gove ducks question about abiding by a new Brexit law.
Andrew Marr asks him what will happen if Parliament passes a measure preventing a No Deal Brexit.
They both effectively argued that free market capitalism, left to its own devices, is its own worst enemy.
They have helped to spread opportunity, raise life chances and make a difference.
Plus: CCHQ goes all Goebbels. I announce my peerage – replacing Lord Ashcroft. My political bias. Good luck to agents. And: am I an egotistical knob?
Assuming local authority “oversight” protects against Islamist extremism is misguided.
Michael Gove is entitled to feel a strong sense of satisfaction at this outcome at Harris Philip Lane Academy
Defeating The Blob means breaking the PGCE monopoly in teacher
Leftwing extremists have waged a relentless campaign to spread their insane ideas throughout the state education system
Hampshire County Council should allow popular schools to grow.
Blunkett made it very difficult for schools to deal with poor behaviour
New grammar schools and a revived Assisted Places Scheme should be part of the mix
If the claims are true, they must be dealt with for the good of pupils and the principle of the Gove reforms.
Michael Gove has made clear that for schools to promote a particular political or ideological viewpoint is against the law.
The Government has plans to extend the school day, which could mean the early morning starts often seen in America.