Asked what the Prime Minister’s position was regarding calls from Opposition MPs to change the date of the AV vote due to the Royal wedding, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that the date of the Royal wedding was a matter for the Royal Family. The date of the AV vote remained 5th May. original […]
Asked if any aid given to Ireland by the UK would be bilateral rather than going through the community constitutions, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that the Chancellor had spoken about this, this morning. The Chancellor had said that the mechanism agreed in May was an interim arrangement and was not […]
Asked why the Government appeared to be having second thoughts on the disclosure of bank bonuses, the PMS said that this referred to an article by David Walker, who had said that other countries were not moving in the same direction as the UK and we should think about whether or not we could promote […]
Asked if the Government had any concerns over when the Royal Wedding took place, the PMS said that this was a matter for the Royal Family. Asked if there were any concerns over holding it on May 5th, the PMS said that the timing of the wedding was a matter for the Royal Family. The […]
Asked if he would confirm that the Prime Minister would not be holidaying in Thailand over Christmas, the PMS said he would not be confirming anything, as we did not get into discussions about the Prime Minister’s holiday arrangements. original source.
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