The 11-year-olds who found themselves in tears this week are at the sharp end of a process which – for all that politicians claim is driven by improving education – does not care about them
'Whenever we turn our back on Europe, sooner or later we come to regret it,' PM says - in major escalation of rhetoric
The Prime Minister will seek to counter Justice Secretary Michael Gove's argument that the UK will be more secure out of the EU
Michael Gove, who has proved himself a compassionate reformer as Justice Secretary, now faces his toughest challenge – to keep prisoners safe
But Boris Johnson's clowning is a disservice to democracy: the British people deserve to hear a better case for Britain to leave the EU
Senior Government officials, however, believe European leaders would not be prepared to offer the UK special status
The Justice Secretary was good on jokes, thoughtful about principles but desperately thin on actual policy
If this was the 'positive and optimistic case' for leaving the EU, you don't want to hear the negative and pessimistic one
'If we vote to remain ... the eurozone countries have a permanent and unstoppable majority allowing them to set the agenda and overrule British interests,' Justice Secretary claims
The cost of the promotional push is greater than the £7m each the formal Leave and Remain camps will be allowed to spend by law during the last 10 weeks of the campaign
The Labour MP was said to have gone beyond the 'professional relationship between an MP and a constituent'
Union leader Christine Blower says Education Secretary isn't succeeding to mend rift since succeeding Michael Gove
This scrape may be Michael Gove’s last as a Cabinet minister for a while
Magistrate Richard Page had said: 'There is not sufficient evidence to convince me that placing a child in the care of a same-sex couple can be as holistically beneficial to a child as placing them with a mum and dad'
Inside Westminster: Some Tories are convinced Gove will endorse Osborne as the best man to eventually succeed the PM
The Sun predicted correctly when it said in the story that the claims “will explode a furious controversy” - but nobody can really be swayed by what the monarchy might have said five years ago anymore