» Tuesday, June 26, 2007

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Asked for further information regarding the plans tomorrow, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMOS) said that as he had indicated earlier, the Prime Minister would answer PMQs. He would then return to No10 to thank staff before travelling with Mrs. Blair to Buckingham Palace to speak to The Queen and to offer his resignation. After that, Gordon Brown would come into Buckingham Palace and be offered the job of Prime Minister.

Asked if they would be sharing a car, the PMOS said that they would not be.

Asked if the Prime Minister had any plans for tonight, or would he be packing, the PMOS replied that he would continue to work in Downing Street and would stay there tonight.

Asked if today’s press conference was the last people would hear of the Prime Minister, the PMOS said that the Prime Minister would speak at PMQs tomorrow, which was the right place for him to say his final words.

The Chair of the lobby at this point came in late and said that he wanted on behalf of all the lobby to thank the PMOS very much. Everyone applauded. The PMOS responded by thanking the Chair for his kind comments.

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