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Thousands Call For Michael Gove To Go In Wake Of Gcse English Literature Row

Posted at 7:24AM Thursday 05 Jun 2014

More than 100,000 disillusioned members of the public have flocked to sign a petition calling on David Cameron to remove Michael Gove from office following news last week that authors including John Steinbeck and Harper Lee will no longer feature as part of the English literature GCSE syllabus.

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