Well it seems that David Cameron does not listen to me, as he kept Osbourne in a job despite my plea.
I am in esteemed company as he also ignored Iain Dale and Praguetory too. Iain points out that Hague did not want to be moved in any case, rather selfish it seems to me. You can't really be in politics for the money in this day and age.
He has been clever though in his appointment of Dame Pauline Neville-Jones who has been very impressive whenever I have seen her.
Boris Johnson whilst Peter As for the rest, well promoting Gove was inevitable, I am sad to see no place for media friendly Ainsworth's survival in frontline politics in this country is amazing. Surely he has a better calling a a wine taster in Bordeaux? Philip Hammond needs to really help Osbourne get a grip on economic policy; I have my doubts about whether this can happen.
The overall look though is one that is quite good, if you look at a lot of the Labour opposite numbers like Harriet Harman and Ruth Kelly.
If Brown stays until 2009 they will all have plenty of time to turn things around. Anyone would get a boost in the polls with the current security situation.