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The quango state: how the left still runs Britain

David Cameron’s government continues to subsidise its enemies

8 February 2014

9:00 AM

8 February 2014

9:00 AM

Last week Sally Morgan reverted to type. After almost three years as a model of cross-party co-operation, instinctive Labour tribalism finally won out as she accused Downing Street of purging Labour supporters from high offices. Of the many Labour types appointed by the coalition into quangos, she was probably the last person the government expected to go hostile.

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