Scottish-American Earl of Stirling has confirmed that he is to be appointed Secretary of State for Human Rights in the new Brown Cabinet.
Lord Stirling, who fought a long battle with the Blair government to end the sexist rules of male only succession to his titles and gave extensive interviews to the police team headed by Assistant Commissioner John Yates will be placed in charge of gender equality and human rights issues in the new Brown lineup.
He is being given a life peerage to allow him to sit and vote in the House of Lords. It was his request for a life barony that caused the extortion attempt, where the former Blair government wanted over a million pounds for the appointment.
Lord Stirling confirms that his first official act will be to arrange the arrest of Tony Blair and Lord Falconer (the former Lord Chancellor and ex-gay flat mate of Tony Blair) for human rights violations.
Lord Stirling is said to be considering the suspension of human rights just for "these two" and the sending of them to the US torture center in Cuba.