Asked how the Prime Minister was going to get the Government back on track after the poor local election results, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) replied that the Prime Minister answered this question himself this morning, and there was nothing more to add on that. Asked how the Prime Minister heard the results, and was […]
Asked to expand a bit on the Prime Minister’s meeting with Condoleezza Rice this afternoon, the PMS replied that Condoleezza Rice was here for the meetings of the Quartet, the Ad Hoc Liaison Committee and the E3+3. That was why she was in London, and she was calling on the Prime Minister as an opportunity […]
Asked what the key objective of the Middle East meetings were, the PMS replied that there was a whole series of meetings on the Middle East today. The focus of the Quartet meeting would be on maintaining momentum behind the Annapolis process and the Annapolis conference, addressing the situation in Gaza, and supporting the work […]
Asked what the reaction was to a High Court decision this morning granting Stuart Wheeler a judicial review, the PMS replied that the reaction had already been given by the Foreign Office. This decision simply meant there would be a hearing, and did not affect the outcome of the case, and the threshold for what […]
Put that there would be quite a milestone in Scotland tomorrow with the first anniversary of the SNP administration, and asked how the Prime Minister thought the Scottish Government had done over the past year, the PMS replied that this was not something the Prime Minister would want him to comment on on his behalf. […]
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