What’s going on here?

I have my own thoughts and sources regarding what’s going on (and what should go on, but never mind that) as the last dregs of the reorganisation sands fall through the egg-timer (calling anything ‘rushed’ or ‘early’ when the current process started in November 2005 requires a certain cognitive dissonance, but I know what they mean).

“Devon-Exeter unitary decision pre-empted by Cabinet Minister and being rushed through” vs “An anticipated early announcement in Suffolk interpreted as being likely to mean keeping the status quo“.

Can both of those interpretations be correct? Can any controversial change, likely to be challenged in court, really be taken to the point of no return in about six weeks before the general election campaign begins? If not, will David Cameron make good on his recently repeated pledge to reverse any incomplete changes?


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