Michael Gove

Gove's timely wake-up call

By Robert Philpot, September 18, 2014

I'm neither a fan of Michael Gove nor a supporter of his party. However, the speech he delivered last week to the Holocaust Education Trust, an edited version of which appeared in the JC, was - of the hundreds he has delivered since becoming a cabinet minister - probably the most important.


Boycott recalls Nazism, says Gove

By Daniel Easterman, September 11, 2014

Tory Chief Whip Michael Gove has compared the campaign to boycott Israeli goods with the first stages of the Nazi move against Jews in the 1930s.


We need to fight hate - now more than ever

By Michael Gove, September 11, 2014

There is a rallying cry in American politics so popular it has become almost a cliché. Supporters are invited to affirm their loyalty at a critical moment because it matters that they vote — for JFK or LBJ, Harry Truman or Ronald Reagan — “now more than ever”.


Michael Gove warns of ‘resurgent and lethal’ antisemitism

By Daniel Easterman, September 10, 2014

Michael Gove has described antisemitism as a “resurgent, mutating, lethal virus,” which needs to be combated “now more than ever”.

Addressing the Holocaust Educational Trust’s dinner last night, the Conservative chief whip also said anti-Israel protesters should be reminded that the Nazi boycott of Jewish goods ultimately led to the loss of Jewish lives.


Keeping faith: verdict on Michael Gove the departing education secretary

By Simon Rocker, July 24, 2014

Such has been Michael Gove’s support for British Jewry that there can hardly be a major communal organisation that has not had him as a speaker since he became a cabinet minister four years ago. This “proud Zionist” even paid his first visit to Israel last year, finally overcoming his fear of flying.


Gove is right to push Prevent

By Lucian Hudson, June 12, 2014

Some family rows are worth having.


No empty gestures as Michael Gove raps Riba architects

By Marcus Dysch, April 3, 2014

Education Secretary Michael Gove has attacked British architects’ opposition to Israel, becoming the most high-profile politician to speak out on the issue.


JC Editor's Choice event with Education Secretary Michael Gove

April 2, 2014

Education Secretary Michael Gove spoke to hundreds of JC readers at a special event in London on Monday, co-hosted by the JC and JW3. In a wide-ranging discussion with former JC editor Ned Temko, Mr Gove revealed his thoughts on issues including faith schools, the teaching of evolution and antisemitism on university campuses. Watch the debate here.