» Wednesday, December 7, 2005


Asked about the Prime Minister’s approach to Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) today following David Cameron’s comments about not wanting a Punch and Judy show, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that the Prime Minister had prepared for PMQs in his normal way. There was no different approach today. Asked then if he agreed with David Cameron’s desire to get away from Punch and Judy, the PMOS said he would always like to use such occasions to inform the public and Parliament. He responded to the questions that he was asked.

Asked what the Prime Minister’s knowledge of David Cameron was and whether he had phoned to congratulate him yesterday, the PMOS said that he was not aware that he had. He was waiting to see what Mr Cameron’s approach was but it was not really for him to comment. Asked what the Prime Minister thought of the parallel drawn between himself and David Cameron, the PMOS said that he did not think the Prime Minister had a view. He would just take it as it came.

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