The number of beleaguered ministers in David Cameron's cabinet, damaged in some way and perhaps not fully in control, has steadily grown.
The Health Secretary is in the firing line over NHS reform, Chris Huhne and Ken Clarke in the media spotlight, and in the not so distant past Caroline Spelman with her forestry error and Vince Cable having to hand his Bskyb responsibilities over.
Matthew D'Ancona, political columnist for the Sunday Telegraph and Anne McElvoy, policy editor of the Economist, debate whether a re-shuffle is immanent.
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