Does anyone remember that quaint notion?
During the lead-up to the Falkands War, the British Foreign Secretary, Lord Carrignton, and two junior ministers resigned. They took the blame for Britain’s poor preparations [for the war]and plans to decommission HMS Endurance, the navy’s only Antarctic patrol vessel.
Since those days, the concept of . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Ministerial Responsibility