Labour has called for a new inspection requirement for state schools to deliver a "broad and balanced" curriculum, in the wake of claims that Islamist extremists attempted to influence teaching in a set of schools in Birmingham.
Shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt accused Michael Gove of allowing education to be "skewed", school staff subjected to gender discrimination and children exposed to extremist views in Birmingham, and called on him to come to the Commons on Monday to explain his actions to MPs.
The leaking, from her department, of a letter to Michael Gove, raises serious questions for the Home Secretary to answer.
One school was praised by Ofsted for using money from the pupil premium to pay for a number of cultural trips to Saudi Arabia.
Six Birmingham schools will be rated 'inadequate' and several more downgraded. Council officials have been criticised for failing to act.