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Tuesday, 15 March 2011

The real power behind No: 10

(Prime Minister David Cameron (center), Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg
(right) (and Sir Gus O'Donnell, Cabinet
Secretary and Head of the Civil Service lef

 The Three Amigos Hmmmmmmm?

Cabinet secretary 'pulls government's secret invisible

What really goes on in the dark corridors of power in Cobra
committee behind the Cabinet Office's doors? Inside the real corridors of

The Dark Secrets of Whitehall reveals it is the cabinet
secretary and others who hold the real power in British governments.

Sir Michael one said that, there is a big difference to
being English than being British, by the grace of God your English, and by the
power of the dark-one your British "All the great Whitehall offices are
about something. The Treasury is about taking your money, as much as they think
they can get away with, the Home Office is about crime when its suits, and the
Cabinet Office is about greed and power there are offices that have no name on
paper but they are there?."

Sir Michael said; The Cabinet Office is the real secret
powerhouse of British politics. With the key task of keeping the government s
public show on the road, it likes to do its work out of the limelight and many
things in secret, and it was for this reasons I was turned down for the post as
senior Cabinet adviser, because I want everything out in the open and to let
the English public know what’s really going on, not just here in England but
other counties that the British have interest in, and what is costing English
tax payers, when this money could be better spent here in England looking after
and helping our country and its people?.

Just over year ago the Cabinet Office became the centre of
the political and media world when negotiating teams from the Tories and Lib
Dems went to a series of meetings there to hammer out the Cameron-Clegg “Bent”
and “Corrupted” coalition deals, which is starting to put England back into a
right old mess with the English people once more footing the bills.

Its entrance door on Number 70 Whitehall briefly became the
most photographed front door in England, eclipsing even the Black door of
Number 10.

Behind the Cabinet Office's green doors you find the most
dark and sinister, the government's high tech anti-terrorist intelligence and
emergency centre which in truth most don’t know their A***s from their elbows
said Sir Michael, they never knew and still don’t have a clue about the ones
that are watching them within the same dark corridors of the same power masters.

Sir Michael went on to say; Current incumbent Sir Gus
O'Donnell has been called by some "the man who really holds the ring"
The task of overseeing the security of the state is delegated by the prime
minister personally to his top civil servant, the cabinet secretary, but Sir
Gus still lives in the delusion as many of the British, that of the British Empire
or Grate Britain, what they cannot grasp is those days have gone and now they
should be looking out for England’s interest which has far more power than when
it was an Empire or call Grate by they don’t see it nor how to use it?.

Working from one of the grandest offices in Whitehall, the
cabinet secretary is the most powerful unelected member of the government and
he pulls the secret invisible strings across the whole of government.

There have only been 10 cabinet secretaries since the
Cabinet Office was formed nearly a century ago, but there have been three times
that many different governments.

The anonymous keepers of the government's secrets.

The Cabinet Office itself was born in 1916 during World War
I which revealed the shambles of communication between the Cabinet and the
military, with orders being confused and not acted on no real changes there
then still the same in 2011 Blair is a very good illustration of that?.

Things came to a climax with the disastrous battle of the
Somme, which cost many thousands of English lives and led directly to the
creation of the Cabinet Office.

The first cabinet secretary was a marine called Maurice
Hankey, known in Whitehall as the "Man of Secrets".

The then Prime Minister Lloyd George gave Hankey the key
task of completely reorganising the way his government was run.

A streamlined war cabinet was created and Hankey's job was
to ensure its decisions were circulated and carried out across Whitehall.

At the end of the war Hankey was voted a bonus equivalent to
£1m in today's money.

 The historic cockpit
passage links the Cabinet Office and Number 10

All five of the surviving cabinet secretaries, including the
current holder Sir Gus O'Donnell, talked to me candidly about their way of
operating within Whitehall's secret citadel.

And they told of how they got on - or not - with the
different prime ministers they served.

The Cabinet Office itself is joined to Number 10 by a passageway
with a high-security entrance.

Sir Gus has now served three different British prime

The coalition government has made Sir Gus the highest
profile cabinet secretary so far which wasn’t any real surprise to some of us,
but most haven’t a clue what’s going on in their own daily lives, let-alone
what’s going on in the British government, which sails above most normal

He takes the stage at public events with the prime minister
and his deputy, looking every inch the third among equals which he is and more,
Clegg has a clue and Cameron just thinks he has?.

At a recent event, the deputy prime minister introduced the
cabinet secretary as "the man who really holds the ring if only Clegg knew
how true those word really where?

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