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MP’s Pay

Asked what the Prime Minister’s message was on what was practically the eve of the report on MP pay, the PMS said that the message was the message that the Prime Minister had given on the Andrew Marr programme and that Harriet Harman gave in the House of Commons on Thursday, which was that everybody in the public sector was subject to a tight wage round this year; we had had to take some difficult decisions relating to police, nurses, prison officers and other groups in the public sector, but it had been necessary to do that in order to keep inflation under control, and because we had kept inflation under control the Bank of England had been able to reduce interest rates.

Asked if the Prime Minister was planning to give a talk to MPs, the PMS said that the Prime Minister had made his views on this subject clear.

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