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Dominic Cummings was special adviser to Conservative education minister [[Michael Gove]] for six years until 2013.
Dominic Cummingswas special adviser to Conservative education minister [[Michael Gove]] for six years until 2013. that, Cummings worked for [[Iain Duncan Smith]] he was leader of the opposition. <ref> [http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2013/oct/11/dominic-cummings-genius-menace-michael-gove Dominic Cummings: genius or menace?] ''The Guardian'', 11 October 2013, accessed 3 November 2014 </ref>
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Dominic Cummings was a special adviser to Conservative education minister Michael Gove for six years until 2013. Before that, Cummings worked for Iain Duncan Smith while he was leader of the opposition. 
Cummings published an essay in 2016 entitled 'Some thoughts on education and political priorities', in which he lays out his ambition for improving education from its present “awful” or at best “mediocre” condition. 
Cummings was part of Vote Leave.
- Campaign director of the 1999 anti-euro campaign, setting up the campaign for a referendum on the EU constitution, establishing the New Frontiers Foundation which pushed for an alternative to Britain's partnership with the EU.
- James Cusick, ‘Dump f***ing everyone’: the inside story of how Michael Gove’s vicious attack dogs are terrorising the DfE, The Independent, 15 February 2014
- Alice Philipson, David Cameron is a 'sphinx without a riddle', says Michael Gove's closest ally, The Telegraph, 6:00AM BST 16 Jun 2014
- Dominic Cummings: genius or menace? The Guardian, 11 October 2013, accessed 3 November 2014
- A profile of Dominic Cummings, friend of Gove and enemy of Clegg conservativehome, 15 May 2014, accessed 3 November 2014