» Thursday, November 25, 2004


Asked about Cabinet earlier in the morning, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that there had been a presentation by Lord Falconer about the DCA’s plans to put the needs of the citizen as a consumer at the heart of the criminal justice system, i.e. to make it as much a public service as any other, and adapted to their needs.

Asked if there had been any discussion about Peter Hain’s remarks about fear, safety and security, the PMOS said there had not been.

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