Asked in broad terms how the citizens’ juries would work, how would the citizens be selected and what would happen to their thoughts, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) replied that the juries would usually consist of around 12 to 20 people chosen to be representative of the communities from which they came. They would deliberate […]
John Bercow and Patrick Mercer
Asked about John Bercow and Patrick Mercer, the PMS replied that obviously it was not for him to get into the business of talking about party political matters. In terms of the relationships between these individuals and their respective parties, clearly that was something for them. Asked what contact the Prime Minister has had with […]
Asked what contacts the Prime Minister was having ahead of his statement to the House on Iraq, and asked about the overwatch process, the PMS replied that we stayed in close contact, as you would expect, with all of our key allies on a ongoing basis. The detailed operational basis on which overwatch would operate […]
Asked about the trial of the nephew of Colonel Gaddafi, the PMS replied that it was best to speak to the Foreign Office on specifics. But the British Government did not, and would not seek to interfere with any independent judicial process. Asked about reports of a minimum wage for London, the PMS replied that […]
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