Asked if the Prime Minister backed a referendum on Scottish independence, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) replied that the Prime Minister answered that question at PMQs today. As he said there was the Calman Review underway looking at how we can strengthen devolution and we needed to review progress in light of that. Asked if […]
Put that the Prime Minister had said that it was unacceptable that fuel prices were going up so sharply, and asked if he could do anything about it, the PMS replied that we could continue to work with our international partners to put pressure on OPEC and oil suppliers to increase the supply of oil, […]
Asked whether the Prime Minister agreed with what Wendy Alexander had said on the issue of independence for Scotland, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that we had gone round this course many times yesterday and as he had said, there was a debate taking place in the Scottish Parliament on the […]
Put that the Prime Minister had been speaking about development quite a lot this week and was there any new thinking in what the Foreign Secretary would be saying in his speech that evening, the PMS said he thought it would be best if people spoke to the Foreign Office regarding the Foreign Secretary’s speech. […]
Asked what the Prime Minister’s mood was following a poll in the Times that morning, the PMS said that the Prime Minister was getting on with the business of Government, dealing with the issues of the day and preparing for Prime Minister’s Questions. Asked what the position was regarding a Madame Tussauds waxwork, the PMS […]
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