» Monday, October 11, 2004


Asked if, in the light of the inaccurate pension statistics, Downing Street would now accept that the British Crime Survey figures on crime were wrong, as claimed by the Crime and Society Foundation, the PMOS said that it was a mistake to read across from one issue to the other. The crime figures had been tested and were regarded as reliable. He repeated that the Pensions Commission was due to publish its interim report tomorrow. Once they had done so, we would be able to have a proper debate about the issue.

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