Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Warsi all about?

It would appear Baroness Warsi's proletarian credentials were not enough for Comrade Dave. She's out.
Lady Warsi had appealed to the Prime Minister to allow her to carry on in the post but she was widely expected to be moved on. 
Her deputy, Michael Fallon, Housing Minister Grant Shapps and Employment Minister Chris Grayling are seen as strong candidates to take over. 
The peer used her official ToryChairman Twitter account this morning to confirm she was "signing off", saying it had been "a privilege and an honour to serve my party as co-chairman".
Interesting to see where Cameron finds the much needed new blood in the thoroughly anemic corpse of the Tory party.

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