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Having shown yesterday how terrible I am at making predictions, here’s one for 2006…

Patricia Hewitt will be forced to resign as Health Secretary before year’s end… or, if there’s a reshuffle, her sucessor will be forced to resign.  One way or another, we will see the resignation of a Health Secretary this year.

Let’s see if that’s better than last year’s prediction

This 789th post was filed under: News and Comment.






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