» Monday, July 19, 2004


Asked if a reshuffle was imminent, the PMOS said that his answer to the same question this morning had not changed. Put to him that if a reshuffle did not happen before the summer recess, it would ‘become a major industry’ between Thursday 22 July when Parliament was due to rise, and 6 September when it was due to return, the PMOS said that he had nothing to add to what he hadn’t said before about this issue.

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