» Tuesday, September 7, 2004


Asked if the Prime Minister was getting on with his reshuffle, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that as the Prime Minister had told journalists in his press conference this morning, we would let people know once we were ready to do so. Asked if he was meeting and speaking to people today, the PMOS repeated that we would let people know about any reshuffle when we were ready to do so. Asked if the reshuffle would take place this week, the PMOS said yes. In answer to further questions, the PMOS said that he was not going to provide a running commentary on the issue. He had nothing further to add to what had already been said.

Asked who would be leading for the Government in the Opposition Day debate on pensions tomorrow, the PMOS said that the Pensions Minister, Malcolm Wicks, would reply, as one would expect.

Read a full transcript of September’s PM Press Conference

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