» Friday, October 23, 2009

BNP on Question Time

Asked if the Prime Minister had watched Question Time and asked for his views on it, the PMS said that the Prime Minister had not watched Question Time, but had spoken to Jack Straw to thank him for appearing on the programme. The Prime Minister had set out his views on Question Time yesterday when he said that it would be a good opportunity to expose what the BNP were about.

Put that immigration policy was inconsistent and caused people to vote for the BNP, the PMS said that there were different views as to what extent various factors influenced the electoral performance of the BNP.

Asked if the Prime Minister would watch Question Time on the internet, the PMS said that he was not sure whether the Prime Minister would have time during his busy schedule to watch the programme this weekend.

Asked if the Prime Minister gave any reason as to why he didn’t watch the programme, the PMS said that the Prime Minister rarely got to watch Question Time due to other pressures on his time.

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