"This is going to offend some of you," she told an NUT conference on creativity, "but I think the reason is because there's a lot of women ministers. I jest. But it would be an interesting debating point." To underline her theory, the education minister then sat down and held hands with arts minister Baroness Blackstone. email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
A new take on joined-up-government: sisterhood. Estelle Morris said she had been trying to fathom why she and her colleagues in the DFES were getting on so chummily with the Department for Culture, Media and Sports.
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