Asked why the Prime Minister decided to give his backing to the campaign, the Prime Minister s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that it was not possible to reach a direct agreement between the UK and Libyan governments. When the Prime Minister met the families in December, the Prime Minister had made it clear […]
The PMS took the opportunity to remind people that the Prime Minister had made an important speech on the subject last week. He and Chancellor Merkel spoke last night about an Afghanistan conference, probably to be held by the end of the year. The Prime Minister was very keen on the international community taking forward […]
AL Megrahi Release
Put that Ed Balls had said this morning that no one wanted to see Mr Al Megrahi released, the PMS said that the Government s position was as set out by the Prime Minister last week in his statement. Asked if Ed Balls was right to say that no one had wanted Mr Al Megrahi […]
Asked if there was any comment on the Guardian story about the Prime Minister and the Chancellor outlining a programme of spending cuts, the PMS said that the Prime Minister and the Chancellor were completely aligned on public spending. Any decisions on public spending were a matter for the Chancellor in the PBR. The Government […]
Asked if the Prime Minister was informed of the resignation of Terry Wogan from Radio 2, the PMS said that he had spent time talking to the Prime Minister over the weekend but it had not come up in the conversation. Asked if there was any concern on the part of the Government over a […]
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