Who faces the chop in Cameron's Cabinet?
The Conservatives are saying that the British public should become the "24th member of the Cabinet".
This rather suggests that at least nine members of David Cameron's Shadow Cabinet - currently 32 in size - won't make it into his Cabinet.
Which nine are for the chop? I think we should be told.
And if the public is to be the 24th member of the Cabinet, shouldn't we at least be allowed to witness "our" meetings through allowing TV cameras into the Cabinet room?
Oh, and while we're at it, sight of all Cabinet papers please.