Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Meltdown Thursday?

Amidst rampant predictions of a Labour meltdown in the looming local elections, ministers have begun a major blitz of the regions in an attempt to limit the damage caused by last weeks scandals.

However, Charles Clarke today continues to resist urgent calls to update Parliament on efforts to track down upwards of 1000 foreign criminals wrongly released into the community.

And Deputy PM John Prescott returns to work after a bank holiday weekend of low-lying at his home in Hull. He faces calls for his resignation over his affair with former diary secretary Tracey Temple.

Read Peter Riddell's Commentary in The Times online


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