» Wednesday, September 8, 2004


Asked again if the reshuffle would be taking place today, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that the position on this issue had not changed since this morning. He pointed out that the Prime Minister had been quite busy today with a number of diary engagements, including PMQs, attending his weekly Parliamentary Committee meeting and hosting a meeting with the President of Romania in Downing Street. Once he had made up his mind and had decided he was ready to announce a reshuffle we would let people know. Questioned as to how long the Prime Minister had spent at the House today, the PMOS said that he hadn’t timed him. He thought he had stayed the amount of time he usually stayed in the Commons after PMQs. Asked if the Prime Minister had any diary plans for this evening, the PMOS said that he had a social engagement. Asked if there was a desire for the reshuffle to be completed prior to tomorrow’s Cabinet and Political Cabinet, the PMOS said that the reshuffle would happen when the Prime Minister was ready.

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