A September reshuffle? – John Redwood MP


Prime Minister David Cameron is met by Theresa...

Prime Minister David Cameron is met by Theresa May on his first visit to the Home Office (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is a very interesting blog from John Redwood MP. Check it out!

A September reshuffle?.

Whilst I very much respect John Redwood‘s view, I think that David Cameron‘s Government is looking both tired and ineffective, and in need of new blood.

What do you think?


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  4. It is ineffective and it is doing a whole number of muddleheaded and stupid things.

    A reshuffle is required along with the replacement of both Cameron and Osborne who are one club golfers who lack strategy and vision.
    So I agree with the post and with John Redwood.

    In the case of David Cameron, he is well meaning but is lazy, arrogant, upsets true Conservatives and is complacent. He should take up his new UN job and someone with vision, the capability to energise Big Business/the country and a real work ethic should come in ASAP.

    The Home Office is as unfit for purpose as ever and the so called Borders Agency is a joke as is Mrs May the bungling and inept Home Secretary.

    No-one is looking at the question of people being smuggled into the country, with false documents who do not present themselves at ports and airports, but who come in via shipping containers, lorries and from the EC by car through ferry terminals in remote parts of the country.

    We supposedly have no money yet we are somehow able to grant overseas aid and the minister responsible wants us to give more.
    He should be sacked and not replaced. We should not be giving out taxpayers money to anyone unless there is demonstrable economic benefit to the country.

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