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Jacqui Smith

Put that the Prime Minister had said early this week that banks should ask themselves some searching questions, and asked if the Prime Minister thought there was a case for Jacqui Smith to ask herself some searching questions over expenses, the PMS replied that in relation in Jacqui Smith, as people knew, she had been talking about this and her office had been making clear that the Home Secretary had always abided fully with Parliament’s clear rules on expenses and that she had long standing written approval from the Parliamentary Fees Office for any agreed expenses.

Asked when the register of Minister’s interests would be published, the PMS replied that he would check.

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  1. Dear MP Jaque Smith
    I am writting this letter to let you know I have high lighted this on going problem about banks having problem, as an incedent happerned to me at Slough Natwest Bank and i reported it to Reading Police, also there is much more inside coruption going on, but no one took much notice of me until the problem went this far. It will get better around Summer time the truetyh will start coming out of the cracks where things where wrong. Priminester Gordon Brown will see where it went wrong, too much coruption going and crimenals have been getting away with it. Maybe you should visit Reading and really see how vunrable are beening treated and be in the out and about and observe what extreme the criminals would go to just for a piece of paper with the Queens head. Not good we the publice are suffering the worst.
    Yours sincerley
    Miss B K Bangh.

    Comment by Bali Bangh — 14 Feb 2009 on 6:22 pm | Link

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