Put that Unison had said that they were ready to call for a summer of strikes, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that the Prime Minister’s position on this was that of course he respected the very good work that many people in the public sector did and acknowledged that it was […]
Prime Minister’s Speech
Asked if the Prime Minister would address the issue of Scottish independence in his speech on Saturday, the PMS replied that it would not be a speech on Scotland particularly. Asked if he would discuss his own religious beliefs, the PMS advised people to wait until tomorrow, but when speaking to a Church of Scotland […]
Asked if the Prime Minister was happy for taxpayer’s money to be spent on stopping the publication of MP’s expenses, the PMS replied that as we had always made clear, this was a matter for the House authorities. The Prime Minister had made clear that he was relaxed about the disclosure of his expense details, […]
Asked if it was the case that the Prime Minister had changed his mind and would actually prefer not to lose the vote, the PMS said it was the Prime Minister’s view and the Home Secretary’s view that there could be no question on any compromise over 42 days. They were both strongly of the […]
Asked if the Prime Minister listened to the Bee Gees every day, the PMS said the Prime Minister listened to a wide range of music. Asked about the extra £200million of funding for the Ministry of Defence and whether it was coming from outside the MoD or from within, the PMS said that as the […]
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