Nearly two months ago, David Cameron set up the Cabinet Growth Implementation Committee – chaired by George Osborne. All well and good.
Except two months on, it hasn’t met yet. Here’s a BIS question from shadow minister Ian Murray MP and a response from BIS minister Michael Fallon:
Ian Murray: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills whether he expects to be appointed a member of the proposed Cabinet Growth Implementation Committee. 
Michael Fallon: The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, the right hon. Member for Twickenham (Vince Cable), is the Deputy Chair of the Growth Implementation Committee. A full membership list will published in due course.
They don’t even know who is on the committee yet, over 6 weeks later…
“The membership of the Cabinet Growth Implementation Committee has not yet been confirmed.”
Two meetings in just over a week? Seems unlikely…
Update 2: Despite being quite fiesty on Twitter today, the Tory Treasury team are still being rather cagey on the details of this Cabinet Growth Implementation Committee. They’ve been asked who is on the committee, but despite sniping, they haven’t responded. If the membership list is confirmed – which they suggest it is – then why doesn’t the Scottish Secretary know about it? Or isn’t Scotland included in the Tory plan for UK growth…?