European freedom of movement
When asked about freedom of movement and access to benefits, the Prime Minister?s Official Spokesperson (PMOS) said the Prime Minister has been making the case for the need for further reform for some time. He added that the Prime Minister will continue to talk to his EU counterparts throughout the period of discussion on this […]
The Intelligence and Security Committee report
When asked about the Intelligence and Security Committee report, the Prime Minister?s Official Spokesperson (PMOS) said the Prime Minister would give his statement later in the day. original source.
When asked about NHS funding, the PMOS said the government had allocated £700 million of additional funding in 2014 to 2015 in response to pressures during the winter period and added that the Prime Minister had a long standing commitment to frontline services in the NHS that was not going to change. original source.
On the question of EU reform, the Prime Minister?s Official Spokesperson (PMOS) said the Prime Minister?s view had not changed. original source.
When asked about the EU, the PMOS said the Prime Minister was clear on the need for EU reform and part of this agenda would include ensuring greater competitiveness and flexibility. original source.
When asked on the government?s objective to get net migration below 100,000 by the end of this Parliament, the PMOS said this continued to be the objective the government was working towards. original source.
Public finance figures
When asked about the latest Office for National Statistics, Public Finance Figures the Prime Minister?s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said the Prime Minister shared HM Treasury?s view. original source.
EU bonus cap
When asked about the legal challenge to the EU ?bonus cap?, the PMOS said the government shared the view of the Governor of the Bank of England with regard to the proposals put in place by the EU, and that the Treasury were now considering the Advocate General?s statement. original source.
When asked about the Prime Minister?s pledge that Scotland should get more powers, the PMOS said the Prime Minister would maintain the pledges he made during the referendum campaign. original source.
When asked about Russian webcam hackers, the Prime Minister?s Official Spokesperson (PMOS) said the Information Commissioner was looking into this which was the right thing to be happening. original source.
Historic child abuse
When asked about the Prime Minister?s view of historic child abuse allegations in the Telegraph today, the Prime Minister?s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said if people had evidence of serious wrongdoing they should speak to the police so that it could be thoroughly investigated. original source.
When asked about the Prime Minister?s view on the Trussell Trust report into food banks, the PMOS said the Prime Minister welcomed and supported the work of the Trust in running food banks. On the question of food bank users and benefit claims, the PMOS said over 90% of claims were processed on time – […]
When asked about today?s COBR meeting on ISIL, the Prime Minister?s Official Spokesperson (PMOS) said officials had updated the Prime Minister on the latest situation and that the Prime Minister had reiterated his condemnation of Mr Kassig?s murder. original source.
When asked about the Care Quality Commission?s (CQC) GP surgery data, the PMOS said this was very much part of the agenda the government had been taking forward in terms of ensuring that we had the highest possible standards in all parts of the NHS. The CQC had been reformed under this government precisely in […]
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