Extremism row 'a disciplinary matter being dealt with'

The Foreign Secretary William Hague said the row between Home Secretary Theresa May and Education Secretary Michael Gove was a "disciplinary matter within the Government which the Prime Minister has dealt with in a very firm and clear way".

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Speaking on the BBC1's Andrew Marr show, he said David Cameron was "making sure there was team discipline within the government" and that the Government would take a "robust" approach to extremism.

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May denies breaking Ministerial Code over Gove letter

Home Secretary Theresa May has denied Labour allegations that she broke the Ministerial Code by authorising the publication of a private letter to Michael Gove about alleged extremism in some Birmingham schools.