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Asked whether the Prime Minister had spoken to Michael Gove today, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that the Prime Minister had spoken to him. Asked how long their meeting had lasted, the PMS replied that they saw each other regularly.

Put that Michael Gove was on the attack today compared to last week and did that have anything to do with something the Prime Minister had said, the PMS said that Mr Gove chose his own words.

Asked if there was any concern that the latest list of schools would have more errors in it, the PMS advised people to speak to the Department of Education; they believed the list was correct.

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