A spokesperson for Michael Gove and Theresa May said:
The Department for Education and the Home Office take the problems in Birmingham schools and all issues relating to extremism very seriously.
Michael Gove and Theresa May are working together to ensure we get to the bottom of what has happened in Birmingham and take the necessary steps to fix it.
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