Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with the comments made by General Richards on there being no troop withdrawal until 2012 at least, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that the Prime Minister and the Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS) were of the same mind; the CDS’s position was entirely consistent […]
Asked what the Prime Minister was hoping to achieve in China, the PMS replied that the key aims included securing improved business links and a series of important meetings with Ministers. This would be the largest business delegation to travel with the Prime Minister and business would be a clear theme for the whole visit. […]
Asked about Jack Straw’s comments on a permanent partition in Cyprus, the PMS advised people to speak to the Foreign Office. original source.
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