Posted on Wednesday 7th Sep 2016
The document, photographed in Downing Street, proposes expanding current grammars before opening new schools.
It then raises doubts whether plans for more selective school places would pass through the House of Lords.
A government spokeswoman said it would be "inappropriate to comment on internal government documents".
"The cat is out of the bag," said Labour's shadow education secretary Angela Rayner.
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