From Twitter

26th July 2013 at 01:00

A source close to England's education secretary Michael Gove revealed the MP's plans to unleash a "charm offensive" on the teaching profession. After months of deriding the classroom unions as "enemies of promise", it emerged that Mr Gove would be keen to attend their annual conferences next year for the first time since taking up his post. But would he be welcome?

No...

@andycav_25

Dunno, we could set up some stocks...

@srcav

Why now when he's refused in previous years?

@MissCranky

He will be torn to shreds, I fear (figuratively speaking, of course).

@V2education.

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