Clarke kept the lid on it for 3 weeks before telling
I think this may the the story that breaks the camels or Elephants back.
It looks as of Charles Clark kept stump for 3 weeks before he told Blair.
But Mr Clarke did not pass the information on to Downing Street until April 21, the Home Office confirmed.
Police were only supplied with the list of all the 1,023 offenders who had been mistakenly allowed free another five days later.
I think Blair is going to be kicking himself if not Clarke..
I suppose Blair's wait and see is more a wait and see if I get shafted?
In an interview he said Mr Clarke's future "depends on what happens" with the 1,023 foreign prisoners released without being deported.
Not only has Clarke made a bad situation worse by not doing anything from last September. My thinking behind this is that, he was too focused on the ID card Bill. Too much time was spent on that issue that, got well, sort of good 'I'm a tough hard man who can run the home office' headlines. There you go, he is paid by us, The tax payers to look after our security and not going around and forgetting his #1 responsibility.
I think we should all start to have a good look at the Magna Carta and what happened to the last person who tried to push it under the carpet. I think he lost his head?