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.

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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".

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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