Act of Union/1707
Asked what the Prime Minister would be doing to mark the celebrations, the PMOS said that the Prime Minister would be in Scotland and other departments would announce what other Ministers would be doing.
Asked if there was going to be any significant Government celebrations, the PMOS said that people in Scotland would mark the occasion in their own way and it was important that they do that. In terms of the Prime Minister his celebrations will be outside London.
Put to the PMOS that the Government says the Act of Union is important why are there no Government celebrations, the PMOS said that there are a number of Government events and it was a yearlong commemoration.
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