From the Telegraph
In a fundamental shift away from old-school Tory elitism, he said thousands of secondary schools would be opened with a focus on the most deprived pupils. . . . . . .
. . . . . . Education - and particularly the Conservative policy towards grammar schools - has already threatened to unsettle Mr Cameron's leadership. A row over his decision to drop support for selective schools led to a damaging backbench rebellion two years ago.
In his latest interview, Mr Cameron again refused to back the introduction of more grammar schools, although he insisted the 164 already open would be allowed to continue.