Asked if the Government explicitly said to the Scottish or Libyan Governments that we did not want al-Megrahi to return to Libya under any conditions or was it the case that the Government did not express a view either way, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that the Government’s position was completely consistent on this […]
Asked if the Prime Minister was concerned that elections in Germany could complicate any agreements made at the G20, the PMS said that he did not think that would be the case. The Prime Minister had set out in his interview with the Financial Times, his agenda on the economic front. The G20 was a […]
Asked if the Prime Minister was moved by the remarks made to him by a soldier whilst on his visit to Afghanistan regarding the Armed Forces paying taxes, the PMS said that the Prime Minister found his trip to Afghanistan very important as he was able to see some of the new equipment coming into […]
Asked about an article in the Financial Times regarding a lending agreement with Lloyds, the PMS said that on the detail it was best to speak to the Treasury, but lending agreements were very important in terms of economic recovery. Asked if the Prime Minister had any plans to speak to Alex Salmond over the […]
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