Schools Minister Nick Gibb has backed a controversial new Government reading test which takes place across England this week.
Speaking to ITV 1's Daybreak Mr Gibb said the test will take place in a "non-stress" environment and insisted the method of Phonics was the most effective way to teach children to read.
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