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By Projective Unity
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Littlejohn's brain wrote:Why she's absolutely useless a bigoted ill-informed daytime TV presenter.
I reckon Cameron wants to install someone to keep an eye on IDS and his trainwreck of a department - someone of the Mark Hoban mold. He daren't sack McVey because she's a woman so he gives her a non-job such as Leader of the House, which she won't have for long as she'll probably lose her seat next year.
By Andy McDandy
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Quite. Scousers have long memories.

She's also going to be doing a lot of general cheerleading, and dare I say it, more people watch This Morning than Newsnight. And she's perfect at fielding fluff from Philip and Holly.
 
By The Weeping Angel
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Andy McDandy wrote:Quite. Scousers have long memories.

She's also going to be doing a lot of general cheerleading, and dare I say it, more people watch This Morning than Newsnight. And she's perfect at fielding fluff from Philip and Holly.
Not exactly a difficult task
 
By Tubby Isaacs
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Projective Unity wrote:
Littlejohn's brain wrote:Why she's absolutely useless a bigoted ill-informed daytime TV presenter.
I reckon Cameron wants to install someone to keep an eye on IDS and his trainwreck of a department - someone of the Mark Hoban mold. He daren't sack McVey because she's a woman so he gives her a non-job such as Leader of the House, which she won't have for long as she'll probably lose her seat next year.
Good point.

David Gaucke might be a possibility. Not a bad media performer, and a background as a solicitor in finance, had responsibility for HMRC for 4 years.
 
By Big Arnold
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Be your own boss, employment minister tells pupils
Middle-class children should believe that setting up their own business is every bit as good as going to university and working for a big company, the employment minister has said.
Some economists have suggested that self-employed workers often earn lower salaries and end up claiming tax credits.
Not middle class ones apparently.

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By Big Arnold
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Youngsters 'give up trying' to find work because of Labour's 'relentless negativity' about the economy, says Jobs Minister Esther McVey


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By The Weeping Angel
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Arnold wrote:
Youngsters 'give up trying' to find work because of Labour's 'relentless negativity' about the economy, says Jobs Minister Esther McVey


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Oh right it's the opposition fault, well that'a new excuse I'll grant you
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