Michael Gove apologises over row with Theresa May
7 June 2014 Last updated at 23:55 BST
Education Secretary Michael Gove has apologised to David Cameron over a row with Home Secretary Theresa May, whose special adviser has resigned, Downing Street has said.
The ministers had clashed over an alleged plot by hard line Muslims to take over some Birmingham schools.
Mr Cameron had vowed to "sort out" the row, asking Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood to investigate.
Political correspondent Chris Mason reports.