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Monday, June 14, 2004

Tim Yeo sacked?

Scotsman - Yeo 'Sacked' as Howard Refreshes his Shadow Cabinet: When he won the Tory leadership last autumn, Mr Howard sought to break the conventional mould by appointing a slimline Shadow Cabinet of 12 with a single member – Tim Yeo – to spearhead Conservative policy on both health and education. That experiment ended today as Mr Yeo was moved sideways to the environment and transport brief and his former deputies Andrew Lansley and Tim Collins were promoted to a 14-strong Shadow Cabinet as shadow secretaries of state for education and health respectively.




I simply refuse to believe these lies.

No, I don't care if the BBC is reporting it too. It's lies! All lies!

How could the dream be over? How could this bold experiment fail?

Why, Tim Yeo is more than capable of...

Haaaang on... what did that first article say? That Tim Yeo has been moved 'sideways' to environment and transport?

That's two jobs, isn't it?

Why, I do believe it is.

Hooray for Tim Yeo!

Perfect briefs they are, too.

Environment, because Mr Yeo loves walking through it while he plays golf.

Transport, because the man is a true visionary in this field:

"Railway privatisation, of which I have long been an enthusiastic supporter, is the first and long overdue step towards rebuilding a golden age of rail, which should reverse the long-term decline in the railways' share of passenger and freight movement." - Tim Yeo, December 1996


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