Executive government

March 14, 2008 4:45 PM

Fraser Nelson has an extended piece at the Spectator website discussing the expert political team Brown is building.  Clearly, politicians are starting to realise they need experienced talent to run their own political campaigns - how long before they realise that the public services need the same?  How long before they are willing to free public services from political control and put services back in the hands of professionals and ordinary people?


Let's hope it isn't too long.

Fraser Nelson has an extended piece at the Spectator website discussing the expert political team Brown is building.  Clearly, politicians are starting to realise they need experienced talent to run their own political campaigns - how long before they realise that the public services need the same?  How long before they are willing to free public services from political control and put services back in the hands of professionals and ordinary people?


Let's hope it isn't too long.

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