Instead of playing to the gallery, the Education Secretary needs to learn from what works.
The Education Secretary "knows a thing or two about leadership ambitions", says Clegg on his LBC phone-in show.
David Cameron promised to lead "the most open and transparent government in the world", but he and his ministers have repeatedly manipulated data for political purposes.
Clegg's opposition to new childcare ratios is due to "a campaign" by Vince Cable's ally Lord Oakeshott to oust him, says Gove.
Web-only extracts from Jason Cowley's interview with Eton headmaster Tony Little.
Teachers must wish Michael Gove worked shorter days and took longer holidays - then his department might stop coming up with so many ill-considered changes to the education system.
The rote sets in.
In addition to "administration and staff costs", the Department for Education spent thousands of pounds on developing the GCSE replacement.
There are accusations the Education Secretary misled Parliament.
The Education Secretary's decision to bow to his critics and retain GCSEs is, in a competitive field, the most humiliating retreat yet from a coalition minister.