January 21, 2007

Chris Doidge's Blog Forces Major New Government Policy

Chris Doidge’s Blog, 16th January 2007:

There’s probably a case to be made that the Home Office is permanently “unfit for purpose”, encompassing too many different roles. And it’s rumoured Gordon Brown will split it into two when he becomes Prime Minister. The question is: why can’t that be done now?

BBC News Online, 20th January 2007:

The Home Office could be split into two departments under recommendations put forward by Home Secretary John Reid. One department would deal with security issues and the other with justice under the plans, which are set be to put to the Cabinet for discussion.

This post may have a tongue-in-cheek title, or may be true. You decide.


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  1. sniffs

    Ah the fragrant smell of a masturbatory post!

    :P

    21 Jan 2007, 05:27


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