» Monday, June 4, 2007


Asked who would be in charge whilst the Prime Minister was abroad later this week, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) replied that the Prime Minister would remain in charge. Asked whose finger would be on the button so to speak, the PMOS replied that it may come as a bit of a surprise to the journalist, but there were very good communications systems these days which meant that the Prime Minister could be just as much in touch in Germany, as he was when he visited other parts of the United Kingdom.

Asked how the Deputy Prime Minister was, the PMOS replied that the DPM’s office were in a better position to brief on the how the Deputy Prime Minister was. Asked who would chair Cabinet on Thursday, the PMOS replied that we would see where we were on Thursday.

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