DTI renamed in Brown's government revamp

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The much criticised Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is to be rebranded with a new focus on enterprise and red tape reduction, new prime minister Gordon Brown revealed today. Dan Martin reports

The new cabinet

Prime minister: Gordon Brown

Chancellor: Alistair Darling

Foreign secretary: David Miliband

Home secretary: Jacqui Smith

Justice: Jack Straw

Environment: Hilary Benn

Health: Alan Johnson


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By patara
05th Jul 2007 10:08

Has it not been proven time and time again that it is not the marketing of the name that is important but the substance of the changes being put into operation.

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05th Jul 2007 11:00

So far all it can do is....
suggest a tax cut

Which shows how little they know about business or enterprise, neither of which are in the slightest motivated by tax

Tax is, after all a residual distribution out of profit. The focus should be on making profit

See more on my blog at http://www.taxresearch.org.uk/Blog/2007/07/05/digby-jones-heading-for-an-early-rap-on-the-knuckles/

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29th Jun 2007 19:18

Any Other Suggestions for DBERR?
How about:
Dour Browns Economy Runs Risks

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