Michael White: on Burstow's trail
I spent the first half of the Liberal Democrats’ conference in Brighton stalking Paul Burstow, the party’s health minister who was one of the victims of David Cameron’s reshuffle, sacked in this month’s Lansley era clear-out. As I type on a blustery Tuesday the project remains a failure. Last week’s HSJ did better than me.
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