» Friday, July 20, 2007

Police Inquiry

Asked for a comment on the "cash for honours" inquiry, the PMS replied that the Prime Minister had commented at this morning’s press conference in Paris and there was nothing to add.

Asked that given the Prime Minister had promised a more transparent style of government, would he welcome the publication of the police investigation document that was sent to the CPS, the PMS replied that this was a matter for the police and not one we would be commenting on.

Asked if the Prime Minister had any reaction to the SNP’s comments about the CPS’s decision, the PMS replied that he did not have any comment on this.

Asked if the Prime Minister proposed to put forward any new measures on party funding, the PMS replied that the Prime Minister said this morning that there was already a process of discussion and consultation on party funding through the Hayden-Philips report and that was where we were.

Asked if there would be a former Prime Minister’s resignation honours list, the PMS replied that he had no information on this.

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