Reading a profile of this massively talented government minister on the BBC, I decided to give you all a bit of a run down on her CV. She's 37. Here goes. Education: Sutton High School Westminster (a top public school? Quel horreur!) Queens College Oxford (PPE for a change) London School of Economics (MSc, Economics) This is an impressive education isn't it? OK, she's now in her mid-twenties, right? And hasn't done a stroke of work. Maybe that dissertation on, I dunno, supply side economics, Hayek or whatever gave her a bit of a taste of life in the proletarian trenches? OK, onwards and upwards. Employment: Economics reporter, The Guardian Deputy Editor, quarterly inflation journal, Bank of England MP Treasury Select Committee Parliamentary Aide to Agriculture Minister Economic Secretary to the Treasury Minister of State for the Cabinet Office Minister of State for Education Again, when it comes to gliding around the salons of power, leftish media circles and so on she is clearly an accomplished operator. But what has she done? She's a mother of four, she's a member of an ultra-conservative religious group, (etc) but she hasn't as far as I can see done a day's work that is topical to her brief. What other organisation in the world, apart from politics, appoints people with no practical experience to the highest managerial posts? What value to my kid's education is this woman bringing to the table? Why is politics stuffed with journos, lawyers, career public sector David Brents? Discuss.