» Friday, October 10, 2008


Asked if the Government still intended on taking 42 days to a vote, the PMS said yes.

Asked what book the Prime Minister was plugging in Cheltenham, the PMS replied that this was a long-standing engagement that had been in the diary for some time and that the Prime Minister had not wanted to let down the organisers. The Prime Minister would take part in a Q&A session chaired by Ben Macintyre of The Times, and in the past these events had tended to involve quite wide-ranging discussions on a number of literary and other relevant current themes. Whilst in the area the Prime Minister would visit Swindon where he was meeting with pensioners to listen to their concerns. The Prime Minister would remain in constant contact with Downing Street, the Chancellor and others whilst on these visits.

Asked about Tony McNulty s comments yesterday, the PMS said that he had nothing to add to what was said at lobby yesterday afternoon.

Asked about the loss of MoD data, the PMS said that the MoD police were currently investigating this regrettable incident and would take any appropriate action.

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