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Michael Gove’s former adviser Dominic Cummings attacks Ofsted head as ‘dishonest’

Dominic Cummings, Michael Gove’s former special adviser, attacked the head of Ofsted, describing Sir Michael Wilshaw’s appointment as “the second worst personnel decision we made”.









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Oxford University boss attacks UK’s immigration policy for harming academia

The vice-chancellor of Oxford University has agreed that new Government visa controls are “hostile” to international students.









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Not good enough: Ofsted attacks academy chain

The country’s biggest academy chain has been censured by inspectors for failing pupils, prompting the Chief Inspector of Schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw, to renew his demand to be allowed to inspect all chains.









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Gove ally attacks ‘bumbling’ Cameron

David Cameron “bumbles from one shambles to another” and Number 10 is “out of touch”, says a former adviser to Education Secretary Michael Gove.
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Minister attacks myth of girls’ jobs

A government minister is set to challenge a “persistent and debilitating myth that girls don’t do science”.
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Labour attacks free schools spending

Education Secretary Michael Gove defends free schools after Labour calls them a “pet political project”.
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Education faces 10,000 violent attacks

Schools and colleges face 10,000 violent attacks
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Chief inspector of schools Sir Michael Wilshaw ‘spitting blood’ over Gove attacks

The chief inspector of schools has said he is “spitting blood” over right-wing attacks on Ofsted.


    








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Ofsted chief ‘outraged’ by attacks

Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw says he is “spitting blood” after allies of Michael Gove attacked the school inspectorate.
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Minister attacks starved boy review

Children’s Minister Edward Timpson strongly criticises a report that says a four-year-old Bradford boy starved to death after being let down by “national systems”.
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