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LONDON - Prime Minister
Tony Blair fired his law and order chief and chose a new foreign secretary on Friday, trying to restore public support in his troubled government after his Labour Party took a pounding in local elections.
Home Secretary Charles Clarke, embroiled in a politically damaging furore over the failure to deport foreign criminals, confirmed that Blair had removed him from office.
Blair removed Jack Straw as foreign secretary, replacing him with Margaret Beckett, who had headed the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

I wonder if Gordo will go after the insolvency rate news? <_<

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When is the Insolvency rate news?


Times Online May 05, 2006

Personal insolvencies soar

By Miles Costello

Individual insolvencies in England and Wales surged by a dramatic 73.4 per cent in the first quarter compared with the same period last year, according to official figures, as fears grow consumer borrowing may have spiralled out of control.

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Jesus that's a jump!!!

cue Alan Milburn being dusted off very soon to lead the Blairite challenge against 'Crash' Gordons accession.

Wondered why he hasn't had a to job of late?

Edited by Randall Herbert

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