» Friday, June 22, 2007


Asked whether there was any truth in the Mirror story today that the Prime Minister planned to use Chequers after he left office, the PMOS replied that Chequers was run by an independent trust, and they made the decisions on what happened with Chequers, not the Government. He understood that there was a tradition allowing Prime Ministers to say farewell to staff and so on. Part of the advantage to everybody this time was, because it was an orderly process of transition, not on overnight transition, people had time to and make decisions about this. But first and foremost it was a matter for the independent trust.

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