Michael Gove

Levelling up secretary Michael Gove is set to announce plans to make it easier to build houses near rivers, according to reports.
The Sky presenter said the Tories were rowing back on green policies after winning the Uxbridge by-election.
Anthony Browne said Cambridge did not have enough water to supply thousands of new homes.
Levelling up secretary apologises and says the behaviour was "completely out of order".
The levelling up secretary sidestepped the trip down memory lane, claiming he is just a "pussy cat".
The former prime minister could be seen shouting at Labour MPs who laughed at him
No-fault evictions are to be scrapped, and pets have to be considered by landlords.
But the cabinet minister tells the party it must focus on economics, not culture wars, to win the next election.
Jacob Rees-Mogg, Dominic Raab and Michael Gove are among those at risk.
His predecessor Simon Clarke called the move "anti-business".
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."