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Asked if the Prime Minister would ever share a platform with the British National Party, and specifically with Nick Griffin on BBC, the PMS pointed out that the question was hypothetical as this request has not been made. The PMS explained that the BBC s Question Time programme is dealt with by the Labour party.

In answer to a question on what the Prime Minister s views were on appearing alongside the BNP, the PMS said that, as far as he was aware, the Prime Minister had not expressed any views.

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  1. The PM would definatley Not share a platform with Nick Griffin because Mr Griffin would ask him questions that would expose him and show the British public just how much he has stitched us all up and let us all down

    Comment by Blessed Relief — 16 Oct 2009 on 5:38 pm | Link

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