Sunday, April 27, 2008

MP decides not to quit government

A junior member of the government who was thought to have quit has I now said she is not going to leave - following a conversation with Gordon Brown.
Treasury ministerial aide Angela Smith had told colleagues she was resigning over the abolition of the 10p income tax rate. But Ms Smith later said this was not the case, although she acknowledged she had "concerns" over the policy.

Sounds suspiciously like John Prescott's meeting with Tony Blair over Clause IV, doesn't it?


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