» Monday, June 19, 2006

Grace and favour

Asked about the disposal of ministers’ grace and favour homes, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that the process of consideration continued. Put to him there was a Home Office house which was sitting empty and given that there were new powers for local authorities to seize homes empty for 6 months or more, the PMOS said that he would draw this to the attention of the relevant authorities and pass on the journalist’s concern about this matter. Asked if this didn’t send out the wrong signal, the PMOS said that these were matters which would be sorted out at the appropriate time.

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