The Prime Ministers Spokesman started by telling the assembled press that the Prime Minister and Ed Balls were visiting Bristol today to open a £24million state of the art secondary school. The school is one of 180 newly built or rebuilt projects and 36 academies opening this school year – and comes on top of […]
Violent Video Games
Asked about the review on violent video games the PMS said that there would be a joint announcement from the Department for Children, Schools and Families and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport later today.
Asked for a reaction on comments made by David Cameron on youth volunteering, the PMS said that it was not for him to respond to the Leader of the Opposition. The Government’s general position on the subject was that youth volunteering was something the Prime Minister had been interested in for many years and through […]
EU Treaty Referendum
Asked for a response on calls for a referendum on the subject of the EU Treaty, the PMS said that the Government’s position was well known and nothing had changed.
Asked for a few words on the death of Pavarotti, the PMS said the Prime Minister thought Pavarotti was the outstanding opera singer of his generation. He had inspired many people from this generation to listen to and enjoy opera. The Prime Minister was sure that people would remember him from the glorious summer of […]
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