David Cameron has defended controversial plans to force all state schools in England to become academies, saying it is time to "finish the job".
During Prime Minister's Questions, Labour's Jeremy Corbyn cited opposition to the "top down reorganisation" from teachers, parents and some Tory MPs.
He said good schools should not be distracted by "arbitrary changes".
Sources said the government was likely to guarantee no small rural schools would close as a result of the shakeup.
BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg has been told ministers are having lots of conversations with…