» Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Parliament Square Protests

Asked that when the Prime Minister had talks with the Mayor of London, would he raise with the Mayor who as owner/landlord of the grass that the tents were on outside Parliament was the only person with the authority to get them moved, and did he have plans to use that authority, the PMS said that there would be discussions with all relevant people. The intention was to allow legitimate public rallies within the vicinity of Parliament.

Asked if we viewed "Tent City" or "Glastonbury comes to Westminster" as a protest, the PMS replied that all these issues would have to be discussed as part of the consultation.

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