PARLIAMENT is back for two weeks before the party conference season starts with Plaid Cymru’s Conference in Brecon.
Here in London all the talk is of a cabinet reshuffle with the Secretary of State for Wales a prime target for Mr Cameron’s axe.
By the time you read this the details will be out, but the new name whispered (loudly) for the Wales job is Maria Miller MP, the minister now dealing with disability.
Last year I succeeded in getting a debate on her plan to cut part of the Disability Living Allowance paid to people in residential care.
Replying to my debate, she agreed to put off the changes until 2013.
Later, she made a written statement quietly abandoning her plan.
Now, is this a sign of a thoughtful minister listening, or should she have seen her mistake in the first place without being forced to do a U-turn?
For myself, I think back then she was just carrying out orders. She had to somersault, also to order, when the storm broke.
If so she’ll have to find some backbone sharpish.
After all, our current Secretary of State has shown clearly what doing not a lot for Wales in Cabinet achieves.