Under new Whitehall proposals, Gordon Brown may continue as the British Prime Minister for weeks even if he loses the general elections.
In order to prevent any immediate second election in the event of a hung parliament, British Cabinet Secretary Sir Gus O’Donnell and his associates are formulating a plan which could be agreeable to both Labour and the Tories.
The Telegraph quoted Sir Gus as telling a Commons committee that it would be up to Brown to decide when to resign even if the...Read Full Story
"Mugo, the first limited edition designer MP3 player and USB flash drive is finally here! 'Artist Series 1' has super limited designs by some of todays top urban artists, including Julie West, Shin Tanaka, Tougui and Yup. Mugo brings function to collectible toys by seamlessly integrating an MP3 player and USB data storage to this palm-size platform toy. Designer, Aaron Atchison of Feed the Beast created Mugo to be clean, simple and stylish. So simple in fact that it doesn't require any cables...Read Full Story
The GuardianSir Gus O'Donnell not quitting, says Cabinet OfficeThe GuardianDowning Street and the Cabinet Office last night strongly denied that Sir Gus O'Donnell, the cabinet secretary, was on the verge of resigning. But O'Donnell, who was persuaded by David Cameron to stay on after the general election, is likely to quit in ...Top civil servant set to step downThe Press AssociationSir Gus O'Donnell to leave after seeing in new GovernmentTelegraph.co.ukall 17 news articles »Read Full Story
“If Gordon Brown has nothing to hide then he should have no qualms making it crystal clear to Sir Gus that the Iraq Inquiry must have what it needs,” said the Liberal Democrat Shadow Foreign Secretary, Ed Davey.
Commenting on the Iraq Inquiry, Ed Davey said:
“Sir John Chilcot is absolutely right to demand detailed reasoning from the Cabinet Secretary Sir Gus O’Donnell as to why he has rejected requests to make documents public.
“There is clearly growing pressure on the Cabinet Secretary to...Read Full Story
Here's another spectacular from the government. I am going to copy and paste massively. With Labour all at sea and rumours of mutiny clouding round Captain Gordon Brown, is his old flagship, HMS Tax Credits, heading for the breaker’s yard? Word is that many in Whitehall now believe that this once-vaunted policy is unseaworthy – so much so that insiders expect it to be scuttled by the next government. (Meaning the Tories? “Possibly,” says one senior figure. “Or possibly by a Labour prime...Read Full Story
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