let alone the economy.
One may jest that it is hardly surprising that one after another there are UK businesses folding due to competition from the internet (Jessops, HMV, Blockbuster, Comet), when those advising the Government aren't even able to keep on top of their own website.
Do a search on the Treasury website for Treasury structure. I did that moments ago because I actually wanted to find someone in the organisation.
You'll get not one, but two PDF files listed as follows:
both very similar, both with the Chancellor of the Exchequer being one Rt Hon Gordon Brown.
Now I wouldn't suggest that this means anything significant, other than the Treasury has failed to keep its website up to date or to maintain it properly.
This sort of nonsense shouldn't happen, but then the incentives around Treasury getting things right (and the penalties for getting things wrong) are not quite as direct as they are for businesses.