» Monday, October 11, 2004

PM’s Speech

Referring to the Prime Minister’s speech to the IPPR this morning, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) pointed to the key policy papers which had already been published, including the five-year plans for crime, education, health and transport, and those which were due to come later this autumn and into the New Year, including DWP and incapacity benefit, DEFRA, housing, DTI, skills strategy, DCMS and the public health paper. We were also expecting more on childcare, drugs and asylum and immigration.

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