» Wednesday, April 30, 2008


Asked if the Prime Minister would be voting tomorrow, the PMS replied that this was a question for his political colleagues, but his understanding was that the Prime Minister would be voting.

Asked for the Prime Minister’s view about Newcastle City Council’s view that Lord Laidlaw was an unsuitable person to be a sponsor of a city academy and that they wanted him to take his money back, the PMS replied that this was not something that he would be commenting on.

Asked if there would be a Government re-launch next week, the PMS replied that the Government would continue to focus on its key priorities as the Prime Minister was making clear this morning.

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