» Monday, October 17, 2005

Drug Use

Asked for further views about the Prime Minister’s position on his own drug use/non drug use, the PMOS said that as he had said last week, the question really was about other people’s contests, and it would be a mistake for not only him, but also the Government to get involved.

Asked what Downing Street’s position was on the Prime Minister and drug use, the PMOS said the Prime Minister’s views were on the record.
Asked to remind them what that position was, the PMOS said he would not. People could do their own research.

Put to the PMOS that if a minister was caught using Class A drugs, what would happen to him, the PMOS said the question was a hypothetical one.

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