Thursday, 6 September 2012

Reshuffle analysis from The Economist

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DAVID CAMERON is by inclination a chairman rather than a chief executive. Not for him the energetic micromanagement of his two predecessors as prime minister, Gordon Brown and Tony Blair. As far as possible, he lets ministers get on with their jobs. He waited more than two years to make the first—and perhaps the only—big cabinet reshuffle of the five-year parliament. When it came, on September 4th, it revealed much about his political strategy.

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