Michael Gove

Labour say the PM and Michael Gove have put "party management ahead of the interests of the British people".
No one put their hands up to say they supported his big announcement.
Michael Gove promised it would "protect our democratic values" – but not everyone agrees.
The levelling up secretary struggled to say whether he believes Gaza is "occupied".
Three former Conservative home secretaries warn against using the issue for "short term tactical advantage".
The levelling up secretary was hosted at a QPR match with a Tory donor.
Michael Gove is reportedly in talks with Tory rebels unhappy with the plans.
Trevor Phillips pointed out that the Tories have lost the support of two generations, too.
About Michael Gove
According to his website: "Michael was first elected as Member of Parliament for Surrey Heath in May 2005. He served as Shadow Minister for Housing & Planning and Shadow Secretary of State for Children, Schools & Families. Following the 2010 General Election, he was appointed as Secretary of State for Education. "A journalist by profession, he has used his position as a writer for The Times and a broadcaster on the BBC to fight for greater personal freedom, a tougher line on crime, a more dynamic economy, a cleaner environment, stronger defence and a better deal for hard-pressed families. His most recent book, Celsius 7/7, was released in 2006 to much critical acclaim."