In his first major speech as Foreign Secretary, David Miliband argued that, under Gordon Brown’s leadership, UK foreign policy has the strength to make a difference in the world, and thereby make a difference to Britain. But how do we ensure that the FCO makes the most effective contribution possible to that drive?
He is inviting thoughts and ideas on three key questions:
- What should our priorities be?
- What is the best way to co-ordinate across UK government?
- How can the FCO engage beyond Whitehall?
Well, what would you tell our new Foreign Secretary? And would something like this work, given the propensity of bloggers like Guido Fawkes to send idiots to such initiatives and ruin them (if he hasn’t already tried with this one)?
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