Wednesday, 3 June 2009

Her Majesty's Ministry

Ever since it came to Power, the Labour Government has been eager to repeal many of our traditions and British ways of life; not least the Executive, and the Legislature, viz. the abolition of our hereditary Peerage in the House of Lords.

The socialist Government has almost irretrievably meddled with the Offices of State within Her Majesty's Ministry and, in particular, the Cabinet.

The four great Offices of State, namely Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury; Secretary of State for the Home Department; Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs; and Chancellor of the Exchequer remain in name at least. The Secretaries of State for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland; the Secretary of State for Defence and some other departments remain.

One of the primary New Labour casualties has been the Office of Lord High Chancellor, now known commonly as the Justice Secretary.

The New Labour regime has unceremoniously got rid of these traditional departments:-

  • the Secretary of State for Industry
  • the Secretary of State for Employment
  • the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
  • the Secretary of State for Trade
  • the Secretary of State for Education and Science
They have whimsically added several new ministries as pet projects of their own, viz. International Development; Communities and Local Government; Women and Equalities; Children, Schools and Families; Climate Change; Work and Pensions; Culture, Media and Sport; and Innovation, Universities and Skills.

Feeling a measure of reactionary zeal today, I wish Mr Cameron's new government would reinstate our traditional ministries within eighteen months of Office, thereby saving many millions of pounds to the Taxpayer, courtesy of socialist lavishness at our expense.

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