» Monday, November 14, 2005


Asked if there would be a reshuffle tomorrow, the PMOS said that he had nothing to encourage that view. It would come when it came. Asked why the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster’s job was being left vacant for so long when it had the important responsibility for deregulation of business, the PMOS said that if journalists cast their eye back over the past ten days it was fair to say there had been no shortage of events and therefore it was fair that the Prime Minister took his time and did it right.

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