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Michael Gove has said he has seen "no evidence" of inappropriate behaviour by his special advisers, reports the Observer.
Shadow education secretary Stephen Twigg said Mr Gove faced "incredibly serious allegations".
He said: "It appears that Michael Gove has either misled Parliament or appears to have no control or knowledge of what his advisers do on his behalf.
"Misleading Parliament would be a breach of the ministerial code. We need a full investigation by the Cabinet Secretary."
A DfE spokeswoman said: "It would not be appropriate to comment on individual employment matters."
The Education Secretary faces accusations that he may have 'misled' parliament over claims of bullying by key advisers at the Department of Education, the Observer is reporting.
The newspaper claims that a senior civil servant in Mr Gove's department has received a settlement, following a lengthy grievance procedure involving members of his team.