MPs’ Expenses Vote
Asked if the Prime Minister was disappointed by the way Government Ministers voted in yesterday’s vote on MPs’ expenses and allowances, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) replied that the Prime Minister had always made clear that he was in favour of any move to enhance the transparency of MPs’ expenses and allowances, and so he […]
Lord Chief Justice on Sharia Law
Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with the Lord Chief Justice’s comments on Sharia Law, the PMS said that the Prime Minister’s view on this was very clear; Sharia Law had no jurisdiction in England and Wales, and the Government had no intention on changing this position. Put that that meant Lord Phillips was wrong, […]
Asked if the Gallagher Review was expected on Monday and who was leading on it, the PMS confirmed that it was expected on Monday and that the Department for Transport were leading on it. Asked for the Prime Minister’s views on Shahid Malik’s comments about being a British Muslim politician and Muslims being "the Jews […]
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