» Thursday, June 26, 2008


Put that there had been reports that the last American nuclear weapons had been removed from the RAF Lakenheath, the PMS said that he had not seen those reports so he would not want to comment on the matter until he had done so. In the meantime people should check with the MoD.

Asked about the Lisbon Treaty and the whereabouts of the Great Wafer Seal, the PMS said he could assure people that the Great Wafer Seal was safely in the custody of the Crown Office of the House of Lords, which is where it resides. On progress on ratification of the Treaty, the PMS said it was best to check with the Foreign Office.

Asked if the Prime Minister had any plans to celebrate his first year in office, the PMS said that as we had been making clear, it was very much business as usual this week.

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