» Monday, February 4, 2008


Asked whether Jacqui Smith’s speech would include the Government’s review of the licensing laws, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) advised people that they should wait for the speech.

Asked if the Prime Minister would be meeting with Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday, the PMS said that there were plans for the Prime Minister to meet Condoleezza Rice but there was no definite date as yet. Asked what they would be discussing, the PMS said that he thought it would be a fairly wide-ranging discussion.

The PMS also advised people that the Prime Minister did not meet Dick Cheney on Sunday, as some had suggested.

Asked if the Prime Minister was frustrated that the Electoral Commission was taking as long as it had to investigate Wendy Alexander, the PMS said that issues relating to the Leader of the Labour Party in Scotland were not a matter for him to answer questions on.

Asked if there would be a Ministerial Statement to coincide with the Flanagan Report, the PMS said that that was not clear at this point.

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