» Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Home Office Reorganisation

Put to him that plans for a reorganisation of the Home Office had been put to the Prime Minister, and asked if there was a timetable for a decision, and had the Prime Minister had discussions with SIS on the matter, the PMOS replied that as he had said yesterday, reports that the SIS might have to report to the Home Secretary were just wrong. As we said at the time when the issue first came up, this was a serious issue that needed serious consideration. That process was well under way. People would understand given the seriousness, why it would time to work the issue through.

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