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A senior Ofqual figure spoke to exam boards over GCSE marks, saying he would be "very concerned" if the amount of 'C' grades went up, it has been revealed.
Through a Freedom of Information Request, BBC Newsnight found that the official "could not accept any apparent grade inflation" in GCSE English.
Shadow Education Secretary, Stephen Twigg, said this was further proof that a "full, independent inquiry" was needed and that it was "incredible that Michael Gove continues to wash his hands off this whole mess."
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24/05/2013 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
24/05/2013 on Sky News
24/05/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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