Iain Dale (here) suggests that Dover House, the London home of the Scotland Office, is to be taken over by John Prescott.
Dover House, located in Whitehall next to Horse Guards, has been the London headquarters of the Scottish Office since 1885. It was never a particularly useful building as an office, as will be testified by the Scottish bill teams who had to swelter through the London summers on the top floor or by the private office staff who spent vast amounts of time climbing up and down stairs. But it was convenient for Parliament and the rest of Whitehall and, above all, it was - and to this day remains - the base in London for the Scottish civil service. To the traditionalists in the Scottish Executive (if there are any left), its usurpation by Prescott will be deeply upsetting.