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Friday, 25 January 2008

Lords, Ladies ...

Breaking news comes to this weblog in the form of the revelation by Managing Intellectual Property magazine's website that Baroness (originally Sally) Morgan is to become the next British Minister for Intellectual Property, in succession to Lord Triesman.

At the time of writing, it is not known whether she likes Kats.

Alternatively, and contrary to what MIP's website says (but according to one commenter below), the next IP minister is actually Baroness Morgan of Drefelin (left).


The IPKat is now confused...

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Reading the wikipedia entry, she seems well qualified for the job. Perhaps she could also fit in the position of Work and Pensions secretary.

Anonymous said...

Wrong Baroness Morgan I'm afraid. The Minister for IP is Baroness Morgan of Drefelin

David said...

Looks like it was MIP's mistake. The post above will be / has been corrected accordingly.

Anonymous said...

This link seems to make it clear which Morgan we are talking about:

http://biographies.parliament.uk/parliament/default.asp?id=32295

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