Shadow Education Secretary Stephen Twigg told ITV1's Daybreak it was a "shambles that the government didn't know how many playing fields had been sold off".
He added that it was "worrying" Education Secretary Michael Gove "ignored expert advice" and went ahead with selling five additional school fields.
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