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All change at the top

2nd July 2007

In the final week of June you might have been forgiven for not noticing we had a change of Secretary of State for Health. The media were so overwhelmed by the complete overhaul of the Cabinet that Patricia Hewitt's departure - though not unexpected by many - largely went unnoticed. Having already discussed it with the incoming Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, Ms Hewitt's resignation letter was delivered to Number 10 last Monday and was reported by hardly anyone.

Here today, gone tomorrow.

Alan Johnson, her replacement, has not yet made an impact either but I suspect this is only a matter of time. Let's wait and see...


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Title: All change at the top
Author: Chris May
Article Id: 3329
Date Added: 2nd Jul 2007

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