Asked what the Prime Minister thought about Baroness Scotland comparing the 5000 fine she received to not paying the congestion charge, the Prime Minister s Spokesman (PMS) repeated what she had said yesterday; she was not going to get into characterising the final decision of the UK Border Agency. Baroness Scotland had apologised unreservedly for […]
Asked about the E3+3 meeting, the PMS said that it would be chaired by the Foreign Secretary, who would lead talks on the concerns around Iran s nuclear programme and the steps that Iran would need to take to address those concerns. Asked if other Government Ministers planned to meet President Ahmadinejad or Colonel Gaddafi […]
Asked what the Prime Minister would say in his speech to the UN General Assembly today regarding Trident, the PMS said that people would have to wait for the speech, but the Prime Minister could be asked questions on this during his radio interview this afternoon so it was worth listening to. More generally, the […]
Asked if the Prime Minister had spoken to Charles Clarke in the last hour following his interview in the Evening Standard suggesting that the Prime Minister should stand down, the PMS said that she was not aware of any such discussion. Asked for the Prime Minister s view on Charles Clarke s comments, the PMS […]
Asked if the Prime Minister was comfortable with the publication of guidelines on assisted suicides, the PMS said that Director for Public Prosecutions was obliged by law to produce the new interim guidance, which was being published as we spoke. We would need to look at the detail in full, but it remained that the […]
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