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Cabinet Reshuffle: Blog Roundup

The best comment pieces on today's cabinet reshuffle

Seumas Milne argues that the economic crisis has created significant policy divisions between Blairites and Brownites.

Alastair Campbell agrees with John Prescott about Labour's mediocre election campaign but says the Conservatives are still vulnerable. Unlike New Labour in 1997, there is no great desire for a Cameron government across the country, he says.

Michael White says that Brown is likely to still be Prime Minister this time next week but that the current may yet engulf him.

The Telegraph's Daniel Hannan says that Gordon Brown is a "doomed bull ... moments away from the slaughterman's blade ... unable to leave the plaza with dignity"

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