Asked about the investigation into Patrick Rock, the PMS said it was a matter for the National Crime Agency. original source.
In response to questions on Maria Miller, her apology and her position as Culture Secretary, the Prime Minister?s Spokesman pointed journalists to what the Prime Minister had said on the matter. original source.
Asked whether it was true that consideration was being given to allocating an extra week?s ?holiday? for MPs, the PMS said he was not aware of any changes to the Parliamentary timetable. original source.
Asked about the recent developments in Ukraine the PMS said that the government continued to monitor the situation carefully and that all parties should show restraint. original source.
Asked about Eric Pickles? recent comments on atheism, the PMS said the Prime Minister had expressed his views on faith in the UK many times. original source.
Asked where the PM did his shopping, the PMS said the PM had already discussed the various supermarkets he shopped in. original source.
Asked for the PM?s approach to immigration levels, the PMS said the PM wanted to see net migration fall to under 100,000. original source.
Asked whether the Prime Minister had confidence in Maria Miller, the PMS said that he did. original source.
Asked about the government review into the Muslim Brotherhood, the PMS said the review would look across the board at the Muslim Brotherhood, its links to organisations in the region and in the UK itself. original source.
Asked about the sale of Royal Mail, the PMS pointed to what the PM had said in a press conference that afternoon. The taxpayer was benefiting from the receipts of the sale and the company was now able to compete in the long term. original source.
Asked about the government?s policy on onshore wind, the PMS said the government wanted communities to have a greater say in the planning process. Onshore wind played a role in the wider renewable energy agenda, which the government wanted to promote to diversify Britain?s energy supply. original source.
In response to a question on whether anyone had been arrested at No.10 over the weekend the PMS responded that to his knowledge no-one had been arrested. original source.
Qatar World Cup
Asked whether the PM was concerned about World Cup construction site standards in Qatar, the PMS said FIFA were responsible for working with the Qatari authorities on these matters and it was right for them to consider raising concerns. original source.
Asked what the PM thought of legal aid reforms being postponed, the PMS said there was a process in place leading to a reform the government wanted to see. original source.
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