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Human rights

Put to her that the Prime Minister seemed to be implying that the government would be changing human rights legislation in order to allow more deportations, the Prime Minister's Spokesman (PMS) said that the Prime Minister had been responding to a questions asking about why nothing seemed to have happened since his initial announcement at the beginning of August. He had said that there was a lot of work being done within government and we were still looking at how we were going to move forward.

Briefing took place at 17:00 | Read whole briefing | Comments (3)

New Orleans

Asked for a response to accusations that British officials had been slow to assist British nationals in New Orleans, the PMS said that as the Prime Minister, among others, had already said, British officials had been working extremely hard on the ground dealing with people evacuated from New Orleans

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