The Education Secretary Michael Gove has said that senior officials at Oxfordshire County Council should 'examine their consciences' in the wake of the Oxford child grooming scandal.
However, the county's chief executive says that she has already done that - and she is not going to resign. Our correspondent Phil Hornby reports.
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