Tonight's London Evening Standard says that shadow attorney general Dominic Grieve is apparently publicly insisting that his local education authority should be allowed to build more grammar schools.
The news comes after today's Daily Mail reported that senior Tories were warned yesterday not to comment on divisions within Cameron's team.
According to the Evening Standard, Mr Grieve, who represents Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire, could be facing similar sanctions or worse after he called for LEAs at a local level to be allowed to expand selective schools.
Mr Grieve is said to have told his local newspaper:
We must also ensure that if further grammar or secondary schools are needed they can be supplied within the county.Such a move would contradict Mr Cameron's insistence that he would not allow any more grammars to be built.