» Monday, August 3, 2009


Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with Harriet Harman that male leadership was a bad thing and if the Prime Minister agreed with John Prescott that Harriet Harman should not have brought up the subject of leadership, the PMS said that thankfully both those questions were within a party political context so would have to be directed towards political spokesmen.

Asked if the Prime Minister believed that the banking crisis wouldn t have happened if women had been running the banks as suggested by Harriet Harman, the PMS declined to comment further.

Asked how the Prime Minister felt about the news that haggis may have originated in England, the PMS said that there had already been an article today about the Prime Minister liking brussel sprouts, so all food-related questions were off the menu.

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