Regional Building Plans
Asked what the Prime Minister’s reaction was to the court judgment against Eric Pickles’s decision to scrap the regional building plans, the PMS referred to the comments already made by Bob Neill on how this judgment changed very little and how later this month we would be introducing the Localism Bill which would sweep away […]
Asked whether the rape anonymity announcement was a change in policy, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that the WMS would set out the position. original source.
Armed forces pensions
Put that a Vice Admiral had said that the Prime Minster’s claims that he supported the armed forces rang hollow, given that the Government would be taking away some of the pensions of war widows, the PMS referred people back to what the Defence Minister Andrew Robathan had said about that decision. He had said […]
On where we stood on the EU Budget and whether the Prime Minister was confident that the stance he took would now prevail, the PMS said that the Prime Minister had had a meeting in Seoul with Prime Minister Berlusconi, President Sarkozy and Chancellor Merkel, where they discussed the EU Budget and they had all […]
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