Letter from soldier’s family
Asked for the Prime Minister s reaction to the letter he received from the family of a fallen soldier who blamed him for the death, the Prime Minister s Spokesman (PMS) said that the Prime Minister was concerned about any death that happened to a serving member of our forces and took them all extremely […]
Asked what the Prime Minister would be saying at this evening s pre-G20 informal meeting of the European Council, the PMS said that this meeting would concentrate on G20 issues. The Prime Minister would lead discussion on the importance of Europe; the need to maintain the road out of recession and the need to make […]
Asked if the Prime Minister thought that the UK Border Agency should look into the fact that Baroness Scotland employed an illegal immigrant, the PMS said that Baroness Scotland had put out a statement in which she set out the circumstances of this situation; she hired the person in question in good faith; she saw […]
Asked about the performance of Diversity in Downing Street last night, the PMS said that the Prime Minister watched Diversity s performance, which was one of the first occasions there had been an artistic display in the street, with much enjoyment. As Diversity said themselves, it was a great privilege to dance in the most […]
Asked if the Prime Minister was happy with Andy Burnham s announcements today on the NHS in terms of the implications for public spending, the PMS said that the initiative Andy Burnham had been talking about today was very important and had been broadly welcomed by the British Medical Association. This was a significant step […]
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