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ministers quizzed over private emails and official government business

Ministers quizzed over private emails and 'secret channels'
David Cameron and ministers are asked 'what have they got to hide' over private emails and government business

EU referendum plan falls at first hurdle
The attempt to hold a referendum on whether the UK should leave the European Union was defeated 483 to 111

Three more civil servants resign from DfE
The Department for Education has lost four Labour-appointed senior civil servants since May

Casey and Pickles chosen to ''turn around'' troubled families
The Communities and Local Government Secretary will work alongside victims' commissioner Louise Casey

'Schools spending cash on technology'
Schools investing in ICT despite major cuts to education technology funding, research has indicated


Are Gove's freedoms worth the risk?
Free schools and academies – dynamic drivers of essential reform, or a dangerous approach set to widen the boundaries between the haves and the have-nots? David Allaby looks at the evidence

''An ordinary man doing his job''A week in the life of a new free school
Free School Norwich principal Tania Sidney-Roberts tells how she had to hit the ground running to ensure her eager pupils were settled in before a high-profile visit from David Cameron and Michael Gove

'Hague' by Rory BaxterHague: ''No more excessive borrowing and debt''
William Hague has told the Conservative Party conference in Manchester that money promised by the last Labour Government never existed and the coalition has been left with the task of telling people the truth