» Tuesday, March 6, 2007

House of Lords Reform

Asked for further information about the Prime Minister’s vote tomorrow on the House of Lords reform, the PMOS replied that as he had said yesterday, he was not going to say what the Prime Minister was going to do before the vote. On a free vote, it was tradition that we stood still so that people felt that they could exercise a free vote. The Prime Minister would then vote the way he would vote. The Prime Minister recognised Jack Straw’s efforts to try and get a genuine consensus.

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