Asked what difference the Council for Financial Responsibility would make to the existing tripartite system, the PMS said that it would put the system on a formal statutory basis; rather than just dealing with the immediate issues it would also monitor system-side financial stability. The Chancellor said in his statement that the Council would draw […]
Put that the appointment of a Cabinet Office official, who had served both Tony Blair and the Prime Minister, to write the report for the Iraq inquiry meant that the inquiry was an establishment stitch-up, the PMS said that Sir John Chilcot would lead the inquiry and we were confident that it would be an […]
Asked if the Prime Minister would like to see a global reserve currency to rival the dollar, the Prime Minister s Spokesman (PMS) said that the Prime Minister had set out his views on what he would like to see in terms of cooperation at a global level on the economy and on those issues […]
10p Tax/Financial Services Paper
Asked if the Prime Minister felt it was a bit over the top to suggest that if the Government had lost the 10p Tax vote last night then the whole economy could have gone down the pan, the PMS said that the Prime Minister had set out his views on the Finance Bill last night; […]
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