Ruth Kelly

  oresome 19:23 24 Sep 08
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Is stepping down from her cabinet post to spend more time with her family.

She has four young children and a very demanding job producing a near impossible balancing act to perform, so it seems a perfectly reasonable decision to make.

So why are so many cynical as to the reason given?

  Marko797 19:31 24 Sep 08

made her decision and advised GB in June. No great loss.

  ulrich 19:48 24 Sep 08

If anything, nice little pension though.

  Woolwell 20:56 24 Sep 08

She has given up her job so that she can spend more time with her children at the very time that the Government is promoting free nursery care so that mothers can go back to work and spend less time with their children.

  peter99co 15:05 25 Sep 08

She hasn't been in the job five minutes.
Who will they give the job to next?

How can they be any use at all if a reshuffle moves them from one job to another.

Why is it that she leaves and instead of being replaced everyone moves round to a different Ministry?

Is Alister moving again?

  jakimo 17:23 25 Sep 08

What mystified the critics was why make the announcementment at 3.30 am. was it to make sure her picture was on the front page of the first issue of the papers,leaving it any later might have resulted in her resignation slipping to the background with Browns speech & latest on the economy getting prime position

  Monoux 17:26 25 Sep 08

Woolwell-- methinks you've hit the nail on the head --well done

  Pineman100 18:02 25 Sep 08

Ruth who...?

  peter99co 18:07 25 Sep 08

She ran the Department of Transport. Couldn't you tell the difference when she took over?

  Pineman100 18:18 25 Sep 08

Interesting choice of word.

  peter99co 20:38 25 Sep 08

Secretary of State, Department for Communities and Local Government (8 May 2006 to 28 Jun 2007)
Secretary of State, Department for Education and Skills (16 Dec 2004 to 8 May 2006)
Minister of State, Cabinet Office (10 Sep 2004 to 16 Dec 2004)
Member, Public Accounts Committee (to 19 Oct 2004)
Financial Secretary, HM Treasury (29 May 2002 to 10 Sep 2004)
Economic Secretary, HM Treasury (11 Jun 2001 to 29 May 2002)

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