» Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Local Elections

Asked if the Prime Minister would be voting tomorrow, the PMOS replied that the Prime Minister had traditionally not voted in Sedgefield council elections as he received his services in London, and there were no contests in London tomorrow.

Asked that given Sedgefield Council was on a knife-edge, should the Prime Minister not be voting, the PMOS repeated that the Prime Minister received his council services in London therefore it was right and proper that he voted where he received his services. This had been what the Prime Minister had always done.

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