» Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Police Inquiry

Put that PA were saying as fact the John McTernan had been interviewed again by police, the PMOS said that his approach to this was consistent. He had no comment to make whatsoever on the police investigation.

Put that journalists would find themselves in the position that they could start asking the daily question again about whether the Prime Minister had had any contact with the police, the PMOS said that people were free to ask whatever questions they wanted, but he was free not to answer them. As the PMOS had said this morning when asked, nothing had changed.

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