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I am struggling to keep track with the UK Gov scandals, I think there are rather too many for a human brain to proceed.
And then I have to deal with the cognitive dissonance of maybe 90% of my colleagues insisting that only the Tory party have any clue how to govern.
Anyway, the question is which minister at present would not be sacked in any normal functioning government. And, incredibly, the answer might be Michael Gove. As horrible as he was in previous roles, he appears to have improved the Environment ministry (some say because he is so useless that the good quality civil servants are able to take over - even if that is the case that is better than anyone else).
Yes, I know, Hammond is not as insane as some others, but in a normal functioning government, the ability for the PM to tolerate being in the same room as you has to be part of the job description.
Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's need, but not every man's greed. Gandhi
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